Morbid Angel Archive

Nader Sadek

Tell us a little of your new album / DVD, ‘Living Flesh’! I wasn’t sure where to begin, the material is overwhelming and extremely enjoyable…Where, when and how did the live CD / DVD begin to take form? ‘Living Flesh’ is based on the show we did in New York, I put the show together [&hellip

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Terrorizer – Hordes of Zombies

Terrorizer has returned after a six year hiatus with 14 tracks that make up the album Hordes of Zombies. The band is well known for their debut album World Downfall that became a classic-must-have album for anyone into grindcore/death metal. In 2005 the band reformed and made the stagnant Darker Days Ahead album then went [&hellip

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Cannabis Corpse – Beneath Grow Lights Thou Shalt Rise

Forward: The Forbidden Magazine review you are about to witness may very well startle you. It would not have been possible, otherwise, to sufficiently emphasize the frightful toll of the new thrashing death metal menace which is destroying the youth of America in alarmingly increasing numbers. Cannabis Corpse is that drug – a violent narcotic [&hellip

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Soul Devour – Apocalyptic Anti-Human Annihilation

The crackle of burning bodies…the clash of cold steel…and the screams of the innocent.  These are the horrors that invoke ‘Apocalyptic Anti-Human Annihilation’, the full length monstrosity from Singapore’s Soul Devour. Featuring members of Adokhsiny, Cardiac Necropsy and Dusk, Soul Devour have waged a war against posers and pussies everywhere with this furious and unforgiving [&hellip

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Humangled – Fractal

Throughout their debut full-length, ‘Fractal’ (Abyss Records), Italian death metal quartet Humangled tap the lacerated vein of the greats of their genre. The record gives a thrashing, gore-splattered nod of allegiance to the heyday of death metal, raising horns in tribute to bands like Carcass, Morbid Angel and Death. The guys in Humangled would most [&hellip

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Noctiferia

With the creation of their debut record in 1997, Slovenian extreme metal five-piece Noctiferia forged their early sound with roots linked to a pagan black metal sound. With their gradual evolution, the band has made a transition into a more technical (yet chaotic), blackened death metal realm. The band has just released their new devastating [&hellip

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