20:50 - ScreamingSteelUS everything in this situation was pretty ridiculous, but at least it seems to have resolved itself without any lawsuits.
20:50 - ScreamingSteelUS That probably means we'll see something more recognizably MA on the next record, but I'm not familiar enough with the Tucker-era material to have a preference in terms of vocals. I do think that the way everybody handled
20:41 - ERhapsody44 haha yup well what do you guys think about steve tucker being in the band again?
19:58 - @gent_-_orange great band, pretty much everything is worth getting apart from the newest shite.
19:22 - ScreamingSteelUS *complete* trash, though probably because I had little exposure to other Morbid Angel at that point. I saw them a couple of years ago and they put on one of the most intense shows I've ever seen. Good band.
19:21 - ScreamingSteelUS Altars of Madness and Covenant are excellent albums. I find Blessed are the Sick overrated, but still decent. Other than that, I haven't heard any album in its entirety except for Illud Divinum Insanus, which I didn't find
01. Psalm 364 02. My Beautiful Genocide 03. A Baptism in the Warm Piss of Slaughtered Children 04. The Man Who Killed for God 05. March Towards Annihilation 06. Hell on Earth / Blood Runs Red [Discharge cover][medley version] 07. Aborted Stygian Foetus
I have to admit I was not familiar with the music of The Meads Of Asphodel till I received this great EP through the mail; however, judging by the band's unusual image (they wear medieval knight costumes, together with swords and all), I was expecting some sort of really traditionalist and raw approach to black metal. After hearing In The Name Of God, Welcome To Planet Genocide I can safely conclude that my assumptions were completely wrong - this is some of the most avant-garde and forward-thinking black metal I have ever heard.
But it has some bonus tracks that were suppose to be under a release called "Celestial Abbatoir" and had no idea of their existance ! A bit similar to Aborted Stygian Foetus, with a gloomy/spacey atmosphere and not very metal - more industrial but not too electro as the former one though.
Love the release anyway, The Man Who Killed For God makes me cum and the intro is spot on (the lyrics, always the lyrics with the Meads !).