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Thursday, November 24, 2011

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Morbid Angel(1989)

Morbid Angel is an American death metal band based in Tampa, Florida. UK music magazine Terrorizer ranked one Morbid Angel album in its “Top 40 greatest death metal albums”, with their 1989 debut Altars of Madness appearing at number 1. Decibel Magazine also rated guitarist Trey Azagthoth as the number one “death metal guitarist ever.” The band′s songs are complex in arrangement, owing to the considerable technical skills of both Azagthoth and drummer Pete Sandoval, who also played in the grindcore death metal band Terrorizer. According to Nielsen SoundScan, Morbid Angel is the third best-selling death metal band in the United States with sales of over 445,000;[1] with their third album Covenant being the best-selling death metal album of all time with over 127,000 units sold.[2]

Altars of Madness

Altars of Madness is Florida-based death metal band Morbid Angel's debut album. Bonus tracks were included on the CD version as well as the remastered 2003 release. These are remixed versions of songs from the album. 2006 saw a dualdisc release with the 2003 remaster on the audio side and Live Madness 89 recorded at Nottingham Rock City on November 14, 1989 on the DVD side.

The album contains seminal live favorites,[citation needed] including "Chapel of Ghouls", "Immortal Rites" and "Maze of Torment".

The cover artwork, by Dan Seagrave, represents the different moods of human beings.[citation needed]

Morbid Angel - Immortal Rites

Morbid Angel-Suffocation

Morbid Angel - Visions from the Dark Side

Morbid Angel - Maze Of Torment 720p

Morbid Angel - Maze of Torment (Live 1989)

MORBID ANGEL - Lord of All Fevers & Plague -live Milano 2008

Morbid Angel - Lord Of All Fevers and Plague

Morbid Angel - Chapel Of Ghouls (Live)

Morbid Angel - Chapel of Ghouls

Bleed For The Devil - Morbid Angel

Morbid Angel - Dominate (Entangled in Chaos) live

Morbid Angel - Blasphemy

Morbid Angel "Evil Spells" Live

Morbid Angel - Evil Spells

Morbid Angel - Maze of torment (wacken06)

Morbid Angel - Maze Of Torment

Chapel Of Ghouls - Morbid Angel

Morbid Angel - Blasphemy (Studio Version)

Blessed Are the Sick(1991)

Blessed Are the Sick is the second official release from death metal band Morbid Angel. It features an overall slower musical sound, although containing very fast riffs, and reveals another side of the band, with classical music undertones






Morbid Angel - Intro/Fall From Grace

Morbid Angel - Fall From Grace

Morbid Angel - Brainstorm

Morbid Angel - Rebel Lands

Morbid Angel - Doomsday Celebration

Morbid Angel - Day of Suffering

Morbid Angel - The Blessed Are The Sick

Morbid Angel - Thy Kingdom Come

Morbid Angel - Unholy Blasphemies

Morbid Angel - Abominations

Morbid Angel - Desolate Ways

MORBID ANGEL: The Ancient Ones - Cleveland, USA 27.09.1991

Morbid Angel - In Remembrance

Morbid Angel - In Remembrance

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Covenant (1993)

Covenant is the third official full-length album by Florida based death metal band Morbid Angel. It was released on June 22, 1993. This album represented Morbid Angel's first foray into mainstream metal, through their contract with Giant Records. The music video for "God of Emptiness" was featured on Beavis and Butt-head and received airplay on MTV. The style of this album is more akin to the slower style of the previous album Blessed Are the Sick. Some early pressings of the album had a Parental Advisory logo on the cover. Future pressings of the album were produced without the advisory.

Covenant was reissued as a Digipak in 2011.[2]

Much of the lyrics for this album, written by David Vincent, could be considered Morbid Angel's most Occult and Satanic based.[citation needed] The album's cover image shows a page from The Book of Ceremonial Magic by Arthur Edward Waite to the right, and a reproduction of "The Pact Of Urbain Grandier" on the left.

According to Nielsen Soundscan, Covenant is the best selling death metal album of all time, with sales of over 127,000 in the United States alone.[3]

Morbid Angel - Rapture