A record by death metal band Morbid Angel. Released in 1998, it is, at its core, death metal. However, the group demonstrates more imagination and pure force than almost any of its contemporaries. Not only is guitarist Trey Azagthoth's guitar monstrously powerful, but the rhythm section of drummer Pete Sandoval and new bassist/vocalist Steve Tucker manages to be simultaneously nimble and pummeling.
Also, the group has written some of their strongest songs to date — nothing here relies on pure riffage alone. The end result of the musical and writing vision is one hell of an album and possibly their best record to date.

Log in or register to write something here or to contact authors.