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Monday, November 19, 2007

MORBID ANGEL Discography

Sekali harung punya beli. Not a complete discography tapi banyak le jugak dapat. Sebenarnya, sebelum pembelian ini pun tak ada pun walau sekeping CD Morbid Angel. So tinggal first two albums je untuk melengkapkan discography Morbid Angel ni. Ada sape2 nak trade?

Abominations of Desolation
Abominations of Desolation was a unreleased album by the band Morbid Angel. While it was originally recorded in 1986, the band did not release it at the time due to their dissatisfaction with the final product. These recordings would later be released (in 1991) at the decision of the band's record label, Earache Records. Trey has stated in interviews that this release is non-canonical and was primarily to eliminate the need for the low quality bootlegs that were being sold at the time.


The completed versions of these raw recordings may be found throughout the first three official Morbid Angel albums:

* "Chapel of Ghouls", "Lord of All Fevers and Plague", and "Evil Spells" (the retitled "Welcome To Hell") feature on Altars of Madness.
* A truncated version of "Unholy Blasphemies", "The Ancient Ones" (the retitled "Azagthoth"), and "Abominations" feature on Blessed Are the Sick.
* "Angel of Disease" found its way onto Covenant, though maintains a lo-fi aesthetic like the original, alienating it from the rest of the album.
* "Hell Spawn" made it onto Formulas Fatal to the Flesh as "Hellspawn: The Rebirth".

Track listing

1. "The Invocation/Chapel of Ghouls" – 7:11
2. "Unholy Blasphemies" – 4:00
3. "Angel of Disease" – 5:35
4. "Azagthoth" – 5:49
5. "The Gate/Lord of All Fevers" – 5:55
6. "Hell Spawn" – 2:32
7. "Abominations" – 4:20
8. "Demon Seed" – 2:12
9. "Welcome to Hell" – 4:56

Credits

* Mike Browning - vocals, drums
* Trey Azagthoth - guitar
* Sterling von Scarborough - bass guitar

Covenant

Covenant is the third official full-length album by death metal band Morbid Angel. It was released on June 22, 1993. Often cited as the band's best work, this album represented Morbid Angel's first foray into the "mainstream", being signed onto Giant Records and having the music video for "God of Emptiness" shown on Beavis and Butt-head. The style is more akin to the slower drawlings of the previous album Blessed are the Sick, but darker and more disturbing in approach.

Much of the lyrics, written by David Vincent, could be considered Morbid Angel's most evil and Satanic.

According to Nielsen Soundscan, Covenant is one of the bestselling death metal albums of all time, with sales of over 127,000

Track listing

1. "Rapture" (Trey Azagthoth, David Vincent) – 4:18
2. "Pain Divine" (Azagthoth, Vincent) – 3:58
3. "World of Shit (The Promised Land)" (Azagthoth, Vincent) – 3:20
4. "Vengeance Is Mine" (Azagthoth, Vincent) – 3:15
5. "Lion's Den" (Vincent) – 4:45
6. "Blood on My Hands" (Azagthoth, Vincent) – 3:43
7. "Angel of Disease" (Azagthoth) – 6:15
8. "Sworn to the Black" (Azagthoth, Vincent) – 4:01
9. "Nar Mattarru" (Azagthoth, Vincent) – 2:06
10. "God of Emptiness" (Azagthoth, Vincent) – 5:27
* "I: The Accuser"
* "II: The Tempter"

Credits

* Trey Azagthoth - Guitar, Keyboard
* Pete Sandoval - Drums
* David Vincent - Bass, Vocals


Domination
Domination is the fourth full-length studio album by death metal band Morbid Angel. This was to be Morbid Angel's last album under Giant Records before the company filed for bankruptcy. They ended up signing back on to their old label, Earache Records for their next few albums.

The original cover is shown here. Today, a different cover exists with the picture shown at a different angle. Initial copies came in a green jewelcase. There was also a limited edition "Slime Pack" planned, which was never released after several packs leaked before shipping and the slime-substance was found to be toxic.

While still retaining their traditional death metal sound, much of the music has more of a "sludge" sounding feel to it, causing much criticism within the band's fanbase. The music video for Where the Slime Live got a decent amount of MTV time.

Track listing

1. "Dominate" – 2:39 (Azagthoth/Vincent)
2. "Where the Slime Live" – 5:26 (Azagthoth/Vincent)
3. "Eyes to See, Ears to Hear" – 3:52 (Rutan/Azagthoth/Vincent)
4. "Melting" – 1:20 (Rutan)
5. "Nothing But Fear" – 4:31 (Rutan/Vincent)
6. "Dawn of the Angry" – 4:39 (Azagthoth/Vincent)
7. "This Means War" – 3:12 (Rutan/Vincent)
8. "Caesar's Palace" – 6:20 (Azagthoth/Vincent)
9. "Dreaming" – 2:17 (Azagthoth)
10. "Inquisition (Burn with Me)" – 4:33 (Azagthoth/Vincent)
11. "Hatework" – 5:47 (Rutan/Vincent)

Credits

* Trey Azagthoth - Guitars, Keyboard
* Pete Sandoval - Drums
* David Vincent - Bass, Vocals
* Erik Rutan - Guitars, Keyboards

Entangled in Chaos
Entangled in Chaos: Live is the first official live recording album by the death metal band Morbid Angel. It was recorded during the 1996 European tour.

Track listing

1. "Immortal Rites"
2. "Blasphemy"
3. "Sworn to the Black"
4. "Lord of All Fevers & Plague"
5. "Blessed are the Sick"
6. "Day of Suffering"
7. "Chapel of Ghouls"
8. "Maze of Torment"
9. "Rapture"
10. "Blood on My Hands"
11. "Dominate"

Credits

* Trey Azagthoth - Guitars
* Erik Rutan - Guitars
* Pete Sandoval - Drums
* David Vincent - Bass, Vocals

Formulas Fatal to the Flesh
Formulas Fatal to the Flesh is the fifth full-length studio album (excluding release of Abominations of Desolation) by death metal band Morbid Angel. The title of this album is a biblical reference: it contains the letter "F" - the 6th letter of the alphabet - capitalised three times, which refers to the Number of the Beast, 666. This is the first album to introduce singer/bassist Steve Tucker replacing David Vincent and having a good amount of lyrics written in Sumerian.

Style-wise, this is Morbid Angel at their most chaotic and fierce, harkening back to their older days (more reminiscent to Altars of Madness rather than the previous Domination). The tunings for this record as on Covenant and Domination remained Eb, but Trey Azagthoth used a 7 string guitar tuned to Bb as well which basically adds a 7th string, tuned to Bb while retaining 6 string tuned to Eb. Tuning on this record is Eb AND Bb.

Track listing

All songs written and arranged by Trey Azagthoth except - "Ascent Through the Spheres" and "Hymnos Rituales De Guerra", written by Pete Sandoval.

1. "Heaving Earth" – 3:54
2. "Prayer of Hatred" – 4:28
3. "Bil Ur-Sag" – 2:30
4. "Nothing is Not" – 4:44
5. "Chambers of Dis" – 3:30
6. "Disturbance in the Great Slumber" – 2:32
7. "Umulamahri" – 4:34
8. "Hellspawn: The Rebirth" – 2:43
9. "Covenant of Death" – 6:08
10. "Hymn to a Gas Giant" – 1:04
11. "Invocation of the Continual One" – 9:47
12. "Ascent through the Spheres" – 2:02
13. "Hymnos Rituales de Guerra" – 2:43
14. "Trooper" – 0:55

Credits

* Trey Azagthoth - Guitar, Keyboard, Vocals
* Pete Sandoval - Drums, Percussion
* Steve Tucker - Bass, Vocals

Gateways To Annihilation
Gateways To Annihilation is the sixth studio album by the death metal band Morbid Angel (excluding the release of Abominations of Desolation and Entangled in Chaos) .

This album saw a some what of a dramatic change in musical style as the speed-laden intensity of the previous album Formulas Fatal to the Flesh was abandoned for a slower, more droning style, reminiscent of Blessed are the Sick. This is also the first album in which Steve Tucker contributed lyrics and music to the band.

Dan Seagrave is the painter of the album cover. He has also painted album covers for Suffocation, and similarities can be found between the album cover of this album and Suffocation's Souls to Deny cover. Whereas the picture shown for this cover is the upper right section of the full picture, the Suffocation cover is a picture of the lower left section.

Track listing

1. "Kawazu" (Azagthoth) – 0:35
2. "Summoning Redemption" (Azagthoth, Tucker) – 7:16
3. "Ageless, Still I Am" (Azagthoth, Tucker) – 5:18
4. "He Who Sleeps" (Tucker) – 4:04
5. "To the Victor the Spoils" (Tucker, Azagthoth) – 3:43
6. "At One with Nothing" (Azagthoth, Tucker) – 4:33
7. "Opening of the Gates" (Tucker, Azagthoth) – 5:15
8. "Secured Limitations" (Azagthoth) – 4:39
9. "Awakening" (Rutan) – 1:21
10. "I" (Azagthoth, Tucker) – 3:50
11. "God of the Forsaken" (Rutan, Tucker) – 3:49

Credits

* Trey Azagthoth - guitar, vocals
* Erik Rutan - guitar, keyboards
* Pete Sandoval - drums
* Steve Tucker - bass guitar, vocals

Heretic

Heretic is the seventh studio album by the death metal band Morbid Angel.

Stylistically, this album tends to move between the two differing styles Morbid Angel has toyed with in the past, with moments of powerful speed (Formulas… and Altars…) mixing with moments of atmospheric slowness (Blessed…, Gateways…). This is also the only album made not to be recorded at Morrisound Studios and the band's final release under Earache Records, as the band decided not to renew its contract.

The song "Born Again" is actually the outro guitar solo from the song "Secured Limitations" off Gateways to Annihilation.

Track listing

1. "Cleansed in Pestilence (Blade of Elohim)" – 4:35
2. "Enshrined by Grace" – 4:27
3. "Beneath the Hollow" – 4:20
4. "Curse the Flesh" – 3:35
5. "Praise the Strength" – 5:16
6. "Stricken Arise" – 4:10
7. "Place of Many Deaths" – 4:13
8. "Abyssous" – 1:30
9. "God of Our Own Divinity" – 6:21
10. "Within thy Enemy" – 3:17
11. "Memories of the Past" – 3:18
12. "Victorious March of Reign the Conqueror" – 2:37
13. "Drum Check" – 2:51
14. "Born Again" – 2:35

[edit] Bonus tracks

The album contains additional tracks after "Born Again". Many of these are silent, while some contain guitar solos or ambiance (notably the sound effects from "Place of Many Deaths" on "Tortured Souls"). When ripped to a computer, the tracks with solos or songs have mostly comical names. The disc has 44 tracks, and, according to interviews with Trey Azagthoth, the tracks' numbers and duration have some meaning.

Tracks not listed are silent. Names given are taken directly from the CD-Text on the disc.

30. "Inflections" – 1:35

35. "Tortured Souls" – 3:50 (sound effects from "Place of Many Deaths")

41. "Terror of MechaGodzilla Lava!" – 0:33
42. "Triplet Lava!!" – 0:51
43. "Doomcreeper" – 4:30 (instrumental version of "Beneath the Hollow")
44. "Laff" – 0:18

[edit] Bonus Levels

A few pressings of the album were made with an extra disc called Bonus Levels. The first six tracks are all songs off the first disc, with synthesized drums and no vocals. The remaining tracks are guitar solos.

1. "Beneath the Hollow" instrumental – 4:25
2. "Curse the Flesh" instrumental – 3:34
3. "Within Thy Enemy" instrumental – 3:16
4. "God of Our Own Divinity" instrumental – 6:13
5. "Praise the Strength" instrumental – 5:15
6. "Place of Many Deaths" instrumental – 4:06
7. "Beneath the Hollow" guitar solo – 0:23
8. Guitar solo – 0:16
9. "Praise the Strength" guitar solo – 0:16
10. "God of Our Own Divinity" guitar solo – 0:36
11. Guitar solo – 0:28
12. Guitar solo – 0:24
13. Guitar solo – 0:28
14. Guitar solo – 0:38
15. Guitar solo – 0:24
16. Guitar solo – 0:30
17. Guitar solo – 0:32
18. Guitar solo – 0:38


Credits

* Trey Azagthoth - guitars, vocals
* Pete Sandoval - drums
* Steve Tucker - bass guitar, vocals

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