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Morbid Angel – Live Photos From The Forge In Joliet, IL!

Morbid Angel – I’ve been a fan of this band since I saw the video for “Rapture” on Headbangers Ball. I’ve bought every album, tracked down Entangled in Chaos before it was readily available, and hell, even one of my tattoos is inspired by an old t-shirt design of theirs. Trey Azagthoth and crew have been putting out some of

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Dreaming Dead – Live Photos from The Forge in Joliet, IL!

Fronted by vocalist/lead guitarist Elizabeth Schall, this four-piece death metal outfit from Oregon brought their brand of aural assault to everyone’s ears at The Forge on April 27th! The second opening act for Morbid Angel on their Kingdoms Disdained tour; the ladies of Dreaming Dead stole the show! Our photo editor, Jason, was there to cover the event! Check out

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Morbid Angel Stream “For No Master” From New Album

While our review of the new Morbid Angel album, Kingdoms Disdained, was being consumed by our rabid readers, Revolver was streaming yet another track from the new album. Read our review of the album here, and listen to “For No Master” below. Kingdoms Disdained drops Friday, December 1, on Silver Lining Music. Pre-order it here!

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Morbid Angel - Kingdoms Disdained - Cover

Morbid Angel: “Kingdoms Disadained” Album Review

Morbid Angel are part of the foundation of brutal and technical death metal from the United States. No matter which version of the band it is, guitarist and mastermind Trey Azagthoth brings his best; however, I will not be addressing anything about Illud Divinmum Insanus, for obvious reasons, in this review of their newest release, Kingdoms Disdained. In this incarnation,

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Morbid Angel - Live - Denver - 2017

Morbid Angel Release “Piles Of Little Arms”

The promise of new music from Morbid Angel conjures some trepidation. Blame it on 2011’s Illud Divinum Insanus, the industrial-infused album that seemed to undermine the death metal cred that the band had worked diligently to establish. “Piles of Little Arms,” the first track officially released from Kingdoms Disdained, is encouraging, to say the least. It is heavy, recalling the

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