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Deicide is an American death metal band. The word "deicide" means "the killing of deities" or, in the Christian era "the killing of God or Jesus Christ". The word can also mean "one who kills God". The band has sold close to 500,000 releases (taking into consideration both CD and VHS sales) in the USA since the SoundScan, era making them one of the best selling death metal bands of all time. Their albums Deicide and Legion are also ranked second and third place in best-selling death metal albums of that era.




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