I used to not pay too much attention to Worship Him (never heard any other Samael except bits and pieces of newer stuff... yuck), but I started listening to it again fairly recently. Nothing else really matches its aura of evil. A Blaze in the Northern Sky is close, but not as alienated and obscure as that album. It may seem to be boring power-chord theatre but it absolutely is not. There are usually some ultra-simple (elegant) ideas holding each song and the album together. They play it completely straight, it is entirely unpretentious; one of the greats not to be missed!
Most of the metal reviewed on ANUS has that immortal appeal, that everlasting quality to it. Sure it may not be as accomplished as say, western classical, but that essence exists within it and it exists in forms that are unique to metal. Some of it goes further than the great composers, works of true genius in clumsy power chords and occult imagery.
DLA bands I could never really get into: Absu, Averse Sefira, Zyklon B, Niden Div 187, Inquisition, Blaspherian (some stuff I really like, most is landfill tier), Behemoth.
DLA bands I can no longer appreciate: Antaeus, Disma, Infernum, Molested (patchy like Blaspherian), God Macabre.
I found I was keeping the former group for very poor reasons so I swiftly got rid of them. The latter I have not yet washed my hands of, but it is rare that I approach them. God Macabre especially is just sickening in its predictability now. The Winterlong has absolutely no long term value.