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Mourning Has Broken

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Category: Thrash

Year: 1991

Label: Noise

Catalog Number: 4837-4-U

Average Rating: 85 / 100 (1 rating)

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Sabbat Mourning Has Broken Album Cover

Ritchie Desmond vocals
Andy Sneap guitar
Neil Watson guitar
Wayne Banks bass
Simon Negus drums
1.  The Demise of History  
2.  Theological Void  
3.  Paint the World Black  
4.  Dumbstruck  
5.  The Voice of Time  
6.  Dreamscape  
7.  Without a Trace  
8.  Mourning Has Broken  

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From: crashmcbean Date: August 22, 2002 at 13:59
"Mourning Has Broken", while at the time it was considered a cut below Sabbat's two prior albums, in retrospect may be their finest hour. The thrash aspect that had always defined Sabbat is still largely present, but tempered with experimental elements that placed the cd ahead of it's time in the genre. New vocalist Desmond shines in a peculiar evil way, while Snead and crew provide their sharpest and most astute backing ever. The lyrics, while not as consistent as before, are on target and usua

From: crashmcbean Date: August 22, 2002 at 14:02
usually fit the album's dark and foreboding atmosphere perfectly. All in all, Sabbat's final testament is a largely forgotten underground masterpiece that sorely needs rediscovered.

From: Linael Date: September 10, 2002 at 16:15
Sorry, do not agree... If you like History of a time to come (their 1st album) DO NOT BUY THIS because you will be dissappointed. If you have'nt ever heard Sabbat before, DO NOT JUDGE them by this album. Martyn Walkier pleeeeeze come back !

From: steve watson Date: September 12, 2002 at 13:57
check out martin sabbat reborn!!!also check ou

From: Scott Date: October 29, 2004 at 14:56
I have to agree with crashmcbean. I think this is a GREAT CD. Yes it is different than their first two CDs, which were thrash. This is pure speed metal. Everything about this CD rules, from the crunchy guitars, to the soaring clean vocals, to shredding guitar solos, to the variety in song tempos that includes everthing from blinding speed to melodic, melodramatic sections. Fans of bands like Toxik, Powermad, and Realm should do themselves a favor and find a copy of this CD.

From: Dean Date: July 22, 2005 at 21:02
Man-this is one band i never checked out back in the day and now I'm kicking myself in the head-this cd is awesome. Even without Martyn who took music a way different direction in Skyclad.

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