What the hell happened to it? This works to the benefit of the material; a song like Where the Slime Live would not be nearly as effective with a less bass-heavy production. This can be heard best at the beginning of Hatework! It was a far cry from their previous works, but it was still bearable. It just isn't as good. And when the band revisits the high tempo glory of their earlier works, the format is a little easier to follow and painted with a brilliant set of methodical lead guitar elements that go beyond the typical barrage of Slayer-inspired whammy bar madness and frenetic scale runs.
Nervosa Downfall Of Mankind. An album that made Morbid Angel even more famous in the metal world, but at the same time, caused them to be regarded less highly by the metal underground, many of whom felt this album was a betrayal of Morbid Angel's principles - a "sell out", so to speak. Indeed, this is what they should have done all along. Second in a row of poorly titled songs, 'Existo Perhaps the most fundamentally loathsome track on the album is 'Inquisition Burn With Me ', whose lyrics go far beyond laughably inept and turn utterly disgusting. Which means that on most of the songs, it fails to capture either the terrifying aggression and brutality of the previous albums' faster songs, or the crushing doominess and creepiness of the previous albums' slower songs. When one listens to the monumental scorchers that are 'Maze of Torment' or 'Angel of Disease' it sounds as though something in your vicinity is going to break due to the sheer conviction and force of the performers.
Domination - Morbid Angel | Songs, Reviews, Credits | AllMusic
Last one on Thu Apr 28, 5: No, create an account now. Ill give them another go in due course. Just because the parents get divorced, doesn't mean the parents don't care about them. The other aspect that caught my attention was the lyrical concept. Edition Of 'Heavy Duty' Autobiography. I think there are also elements of industrial in there too which seems ironic given Trey said in an interview his band would never dabble in it.
Has some cool songs on it but for me has some very weak tracks too and was basically the predecessor for what Illud Divinum Insanus would become with the ridiculous industrial shit Domination had specks of. Wanna be my tag team partner? Thus it doesn't really create a very interesting atmosphere throughout the album in comparison to any of the other albums, earlier and later. This album has a lot of potential; a lot of positives and a lot of negatives. But Domination is a very good album nonetheless, also I find David Vincent's lyrics and voice to be more interesting than Tucker's. It's not their best, but it's still damn good. Why can they not release an album that the fans want… which is an album that sounds like the classic days of death metal of the late 80s and early 90s?