1990. Where it all began for Florida's Deicide. And whether you think this band is a real threat to Christianity or just a comic book laced with horror, there's no doubt that they DEMAND a reaction out of you. As with "Sacrificial Suicide" below, the band's now-classic self-titled debut bursts with minor, dissonant and diminshed riffs with all the subtley of a nuclear battle. The Hoffman brothers, Steve Asheim, and the ever-controversal Glen Benton tried to make the most demonic slab of metal ever to rise from the depths. Blasphemous, raging, raw, primal, Satanic, you name it, they've got the musical nightmare down. Check it out in this week's episode of Opening the Crypts, where we showcase a killer track or video from our extensive catalog.