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Abominations of Desolation
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Category: Death Metal
Catalog Number: MOSH 48CD
This is an album of (demo) recordings from 1986.
|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 ||5:54|
|6. ||Hell Spawn ||2:32|
|7. ||Abominations ||4:19|
|8. ||Demon Seed ||2:11|
|9. ||Welcome to Hell ||4:56|
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|Total Running Time:|| 42:27|
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: May 25, 2002 at 10:29|
|For all standing underground tape traders,Recorded in 1986,MORBID ANGEL'S unreleased LP was definitely a gem to own and must to have. Earache officially released it, from the master tapes no less. This release will sound alien to those who haven't heard it and don't know what to expect. Trey and Richard played guitars, John Ortega from "Matricide" played bass and Mike Browning with "Nocturnus", barks and plays drums. This was befor Wayne Hertsell and David Vincent joined the band.
||Date: May 25, 2002 at 10:45|
|"Abominations Of Desolation" is good, but some of the raw intensity seems lost from the mastering. Many of their classic tunes are on this."Chapel Of Ghouls," the godly "Lord Of All Feavers and Plague" and "Welcome To Hell," which is now "Evil Spells" Trey's leadwork is the best ever. The conviction and feeling, more powerful than other work he's done. People content with polished, perfect production releases should steer away, and those who want to hear the underground classic, by this!!!
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