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Morbid Angel - Altars Of Madness album flac Performer: Morbid Angel
Title: Altars Of Madness
Style: Death Metal
Released: 1991
Country: UK
MP3 album: 1458 mb
FLAC album: 1644 mb
Rating: 4.2
Other formats: TTA WMA WAV MP1 DTS WMA DXD
Genre: Rock

Complete your Morbid Angel collection. It was released on May 12, 1989 through Combat Records/Earache Records. The album was recorded in December 1988 at Morrisound Recording in Tampa, Florida. The album is one of the earliest examples of death metal and is considered to have helped pioneer the sound along with Possessed's Seven Churches in 1985 and Death's Scream Bloody Gore in 1987, and set a new precedent for heaviness and extremity, both musically and lyrically. It is one of the most celebrated albums in death metal history, and one of the most influential heavy metal albums of all time.

Morbid Angel is probably one of the biggest and most famous bands in the Death metal genre, their album sales are what you can call a small commercial success. Appreciated by a lot of extreme metal fans, you can probably find at least one of their records in every Death metal fan's collection and with what they've made in their career, they certainly deserve it. This is their debut full length. An enjoyable listen, but, with ups and downs. I like this sound a lot : It sounds very raw and this adds to the evilness that is Altars of Madness. That's a major advantage of the album, it's very evil. A big part in the evilness is carried by the vocalist; Morbid Angel has had quite a few vocalists, however I, and many other MA fans, think that David Vincent is clearly their best.

Morbid Angel - Altars Of Madness (1989).

Morbid Angel are a band that are capable of keeping one hooked into listening to the entire album, as these songs, while flowing well into each other as an album, are clearly differentiable enough to keep one’s attention for the entire running time of the album. The production values on this album are certainly not the best; while most other death metal albums tend to have something of a bass presence, Altars of Madness has little of that, largely being thinner and reedier than most DM albums.

Laugh at the tragedies, mock with disrespect Goats under rule of father time Leaches pass judgment on their fellow kind And die when their inner self goes astray Alas, I pay homage to the ancient ones, speak my name Raise the staff of the morbid priest Descend into the fires of the true law. Suffocating, evil smoke arise, cleansing the masses of iniquity Cauldrons blaze in sanctifying ritual Vile crematory burns my eyes.

Lineup: David Vincent - Vocals, Bass Pete Sandoval - Drums Richard Brunelle - Guitars Trey Azagthoth - Guitars.

Altars of Madness is Morbid Angel's debut album and is a milestone in the history of death metal. The remastered version (released in 2003) includes several remixed versions of songs from the album. 2006 saw a dual-disc release with the 2003 remaster on the audio side and 'Live Madness 89' recorded at Nottingham Rock City on the 14th of November 1989 on the DVD side. In the album's liner notes, the band dedicates the album to the underground and to speed, death, and black metal fans everywhere. The cover artwork represents the different moods of humans. Так как языком твоего браузера является русский, мы предполагаем, что ты будешь использовать русский интерфейс. Однако ты также можешь выбрать другой язык. A new version of Last.

Florida’s Morbid Angel didn’t merely ensure thrash’s transition into death metal on their 1989 debut. Thanks to cranium-cracking solos by guitarists Trey Azagthoth and Richard Brunelle on tracks like Immortal Rites, Maze of Torment, and Damnation -and time signature changes that induce serial whiplash-the album sets a standard of technical mastery that death metal bands are still trying to match. Florida’s Morbid Angel didn’t merely ensure thrash’s transition into death metal on their 1989 debut.

Tracklist

1 Immortal Rites 4:04
2 Suffocation 3:15
3 Visions From The Dark Side 4:10
4 Maze Of Torment 4:25
5 Lord Of All Fevers & Plague 3:26
6 Chapel Of Ghouls 4:58
7 Bleed For The Devil 2:23
8 Damnation 4:10
9 Blasphemy 3:32
10 Evil Spells 4:12
11 Maze Of Torment (Re-Mix) 4:24
12 Chapel Of Ghouls (Re-Mix) 4:56
13 Blasphemy (Re-Mix) 3:21

Companies, etc.

  • Licensed From – Earache Records
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Earache Records
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Globus International
  • Published By – Earache Songs U.K.
  • Recorded At – Morrisound Studios
  • Mixed At – Morrisound Studios
  • Designed At – 'Orrible Artwork
  • Pressed By – Gramofonové Závody – C12213

Credits

  • Bass Guitar, Vocals – David Vincent
  • Cover [Illustration] – Dan*
  • Drums – Pete Sandoval
  • Engineer – Tom Morris
  • Executive-Producer – Digby Pearson
  • Layout – 'Secret'
  • Lead Guitar – Richard Brunelle, Trey Azagthoth
  • Photography By – Bob Collet
  • Producer – Dig*, Morbid Angel

Notes

Catalog# 210060-2311 is printed on the spines and the back cover.
Catalog# 21 0060-2 311 is printed on the disc.

Tracks 11-13 are extra tracks

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: GZ C12213 21 0060-2 311
  • Rights Society: OSA / BIEM

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MOSH 11 Morbid Angel Altars Of Madness ‎(LP, Album) Earache MOSH 11 UK 1989
MOSH 11 MC Morbid Angel Altars Of Madness ‎(Cass, Album) KOCH Poland MOSH 11 MC Poland 2000
MOSH011LP1 Morbid Angel Altars Of Madness ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Red) Earache MOSH011LP1 UK 2011
MG 1658 Morbid Angel Altars Of Madness ‎(Cass, Album, Unofficial) MG Records MG 1658 Poland 1992
MOSH011FDRUS Morbid Angel Altars Of Madness ‎(LP, Album, RE, RM, Gat) Earache MOSH011FDRUS US 2017