Morbid Angel Formulas Fatal to the Flesh
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Pestiferous
April 17th 2013


1348 Comments


^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^666

dammit demi

pissbore
April 17th 2013


9956 Comments


i dont think he altars very hard

demigod!
April 17th 2013


46012 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

oh man that needs to be changed

Digging: Tenement - The Blind Wink

pissbore
April 17th 2013


9956 Comments


yeah everyone besides capn needs to check out waking life

pissbore
April 17th 2013


9956 Comments


btw cap im gonna shoutbox you a youtube vid, let me know if you make the connection between it and WL

Geadom
April 17th 2013


2918 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I prefer Blessed and Abominations over Altars



Sorry to lower down my trvtness guys :/

pissbore
April 17th 2013


9956 Comments


i can understand liking abominations more but definitely jam altars again, trust me it will click with you one day and you will have revelations



pissbore
April 17th 2013


9956 Comments


ill check that album cap, for some reason i never got around to checkin therion

thats the dude that started his own religion n shit right

pissbore
April 17th 2013


9956 Comments


The.

Best.

Album.

Ever.


I mean... are you fucking kidding me? I mean, I don't even know where to start. The mood, the vibe... the bubbling psychedelia, the flowing blasticity, the wildly creative vibe-groove headbanging....


This is one of those album where every track is fucking classic. Literally, every one. A lot of bands have albums where most songs are fillers, with only a few that have those really catchy, memorable musical hooks that stand out from the pack. EVERY track on here is that kind of song.


This is the most vicious death metal album ever. Just, the raw, aggressive, penetrating vibe is like nothing else ever created. The production is perfect; its slightly raw, slightly muddy, but in doing so, it creates the perfect grating atmosphere, allowing Trey's bubbly psychedelia to swell forth in great waves of LAVA.



Seriously, this album is fucking glorious. Everything you love about Morbid Angel is present: the fast, vicious riffing, the blistering, inhuman drumming, wildly creative grooving, slime-ridden groovey sludge, mind-melting solos that tell a story, catch-phrase worthy lyrics of the most utter of blasphemies, the most vicious, scathing music ever to be graced to disc...




Seriously, if there were ever an album to make me give up all worldly possessions, AND the internet, in order to devote my sole waking being to servitude, it would be this album.



If you take Altars of Madness, cross it with Covenant, and add a tinge of the latter half of BATS, and then feed it LSD and mescaline while watching the northern lights, then you'll have an idea of what this album can do to you.


Fucking. Perfect.

[2]

demigod!
April 17th 2013


46012 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

from the tracks i have heard, this might have my fav morbid angel vox

Hyperion1001
Staff Reviewer
April 19th 2013


19368 Comments


pissbore was right im glad i gave this another shot

probably trey's most out there riffing, but its fucking cool

Digging: The Caretaker - An Empty Bliss Beyond This World

pissbore
April 19th 2013


9956 Comments


The.

Best.

Album.

Ever.


I mean... are you fucking kidding me? I mean, I don't even know where to start. The mood, the vibe... the bubbling psychedelia, the flowing blasticity, the wildly creative vibe-groove headbanging....


This is one of those album where every track is fucking classic. Literally, every one. A lot of bands have albums where most songs are fillers, with only a few that have those really catchy, memorable musical hooks that stand out from the pack. EVERY track on here is that kind of song.


This is the most vicious death metal album ever. Just, the raw, aggressive, penetrating vibe is like nothing else ever created. The production is perfect; its slightly raw, slightly muddy, but in doing so, it creates the perfect grating atmosphere, allowing Trey's bubbly psychedelia to swell forth in great waves of LAVA.



Seriously, this album is fucking glorious. Everything you love about Morbid Angel is present: the fast, vicious riffing, the blistering, inhuman drumming, wildly creative grooving, slime-ridden groovey sludge, mind-melting solos that tell a story, catch-phrase worthy lyrics of the most utter of blasphemies, the most vicious, scathing music ever to be graced to disc...




Seriously, if there were ever an album to make me give up all worldly possessions, AND the internet, in order to devote my sole waking being to servitude, it would be this album.



If you take Altars of Madness, cross it with Covenant, and add a tinge of the latter half of BATS, and then feed it LSD and mescaline while watching the northern lights, then you'll have an idea of what this album can do to you.


Fucking. Perfect.

[3]


Donchivo
April 19th 2013


475 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

The.



Best.



Album.



Ever.





I mean... are you fucking kidding me? I mean, I don't even know where to start. The mood, the vibe... the bubbling psychedelia, the flowing blasticity, the wildly creative vibe-groove headbanging....





This is one of those album where every track is fucking classic. Literally, every one. A lot of bands have albums where most songs are fillers, with only a few that have those really catchy, memorable musical hooks that stand out from the pack. EVERY track on here is that kind of song.





This is the most vicious death metal album ever. Just, the raw, aggressive, penetrating vibe is like nothing else ever created. The production is perfect; its slightly raw, slightly muddy, but in doing so, it creates the perfect grating atmosphere, allowing Trey's bubbly psychedelia to swell forth in great waves of LAVA.







Seriously, this album is fucking glorious. Everything you love about Morbid Angel is present: the fast, vicious riffing, the blistering, inhuman drumming, wildly creative grooving, slime-ridden groovey sludge, mind-melting solos that tell a story, catch-phrase worthy lyrics of the most utter of blasphemies, the most vicious, scathing music ever to be graced to disc...









Seriously, if there were ever an album to make me give up all worldly possessions, AND the internet, in order to devote my sole waking being to servitude, it would be this album.







If you take Altars of Madness, cross it with Covenant, and add a tinge of the latter half of BATS, and then feed it LSD and mescaline while watching the northern lights, then you'll have an idea of what this album can do to you.





Fucking. Perfect.



[2]



^^^That is SO fukin true!!!

Digging: John Zorn - The Big Gundown

pissbore
April 19th 2013


9956 Comments


yeah that guy was a genius lol he signed up for sput solely to post that then he vanished back into the abyss

Donchivo
April 19th 2013


475 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

hyperion: it's defintiely trey's most out there riffing, and that's exactly why it's cool!!



Donchivo
April 19th 2013


475 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

That's the way it goes with geniuses... we can be hapy than, that we didn't come up with that



pissbore
April 19th 2013


9956 Comments


donchivo have you heard abominations of desolation

Donchivo
April 19th 2013


475 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

yes I did... I like that it's got that out there feel too, like this one.

Donchivo
April 19th 2013


475 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

But formulas is so much more transcendent with that vibe.



Donchivo
April 19th 2013


475 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

are there other albums with that vibe of eerieness, spineshattering death metal and psychedelia? i don't know anything that comes close...



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