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  • I’ll admit, I put off buying this for a while. The lack ofDavid Vincent (Now with the Genitortures) scared me a bit, but itwasn’t well founded. Steve Tucker does a great job on vocals. This CD is quite diverse. It has 14 tracks, but 5 of them are instramentals. The 9 death metal songs are all pretty much in the same vein, the standouts being “Nothing Is Not” (Crushingly heavy with a killer intro) and “Umulamarhi”. The songs are a great mess of downtuned to pluck guitars, machine gun double bass drumming, and solo’s from the man himself, Trey Azagthoth. He has taken the helm of this band, writing the majority of the songs, producing the album, and even doing vocals on “Invocation of the Continual One.” This is a departure from the earlier M.A. albums, not as sludgy as Domination, but not as clear as Blessed are the Sick. Morbid Angel are still the leaders of Death Metal, but they could have added another song or two to this. Highlights: “Nothing is Not” “Umulmarhi” and “Invocation of the Continual One.” END

    Posted on February 2, 2010