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Morbid Angel with support on 20th Anniversary Of Covenant European Tour 2014, Kulturbolaget Malmo, Sweden

February 4th, 2015


Morbid Angel: 20th Anniversary Of Covenant European Tour 2014

Necrovation – support act

Kulturbolaget, Malmo, Sweden
18/12 – 2014

Live pictures and review by: Anders Sandvall


Morbid Angel is celebrating the 20th anniversary of their COVENANT album by playing the entire record from beginning to end at each show. Well actually it was 21 years ago the album came but who’s counting? I had been looking forward to seeing the show for quite a while and my expectations were set really high.

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The Summer Slaughter Tour, The Trocadero, Philadelphia, PA, August 10, 2014

August 28th, 2014

           The Summer Slaughter Tour

The Trocadero, Philadelphia, PA
August 10, 2014

Review by InfamousButcher, Photos by SheWolf

Summer Slaughter 2014

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Pantera & Morbid Angel: Memorial Coliseum, Portland, OR, February 8, 2001

December 8th, 2013

Pantera / Morbid Angel

Memorial Coliseum, Portland, OR
February 8, 2001

Pantera/Morbid Angel Memorial Coliseum, Portland, OR February 8, 2001

Pantera/Morbid Angel
Memorial Coliseum, Portland, OR
February 8, 2001

Review by Michael de los Muertos
Pictures and Commentary by Ice Maiden

I’ve always had a love-hate relationship with arena shows. While I’ve seen some excellent concerts in large venues, like most metalheads the intimate feeling of a small club is vastly preferable in many ways. Unfortunately when your town is suffering a drought of metal club shows as Portland has been for the last several months, you tend to look upon arena shows as the last bastion of the scene. Local clubs and promoters may not have the balls to put money on the line to bring an underground metal band to town, but the big concert promoters still smell a buck or two on the wind with the big-name acts like Pantera…right?

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Morbid Angel Covenant 20th Anniversary Tour, The Theater of the Living Arts, Philadelphia, PA, November 13, 2013

November 17th, 2013

Morbid Angel

Covenant 20th Anniversary Tour

The Theater of the Living Arts (TLA)
Philadelphia, PA, November 13, 2013

Review by InfamousButcher, Photos by SheWolf

Morbid Angel Covenant

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July 17th, 2013

Hellfest Festival 2013

@ Clisson, France

21st- 23rd June 2013

Review by Kirsty Birkett-Stubbs
Photography by Tess Donohoe  Hellfest

It may be some people’s epitome of hell, Michael Buble fans I’m looking at you, but for the metal/rock community Hellfest’s towering gateway looks positively pearly. This year’s line-up is so jam-packed that I was looking for the little glass jars and labels. You’d make a fortune if you could bottle any number of the diverse scope of bands on the bill, with the riffs left in natch, but I’d like them to play their sets first.

Once inside that gateway the layout is much the same as last year, and that isn’t meant in a well-they-clearly-couldn’t-be-arsed sense, because Hellfest could teach most others a thing or 20 on how to put together a fan-friendly festival. Except when it comes to the number of toilets on site that is.

Whilst the Hellfest tree still dominates in its stark simplicity, the hidden beer gardens have gained a snazzy gateway of their own, which invites you into the woodlands. Instead of a fairytale monster at the end of the path though, you’ll find a winebar, which is win-win really. And at night the scrap-metal merch stands and bars still glow with their own rooftop fires.

Stage-wise we’ve got Main Stage 1 and 2, which continue their staggered times so that as one plays, the other sets up, and vice versa. The result is no waiting around for soundchecks or bands to start, just back-to-back bam-bam-bam metal. A similar set-up is in place at the Altar and the Temple, where you can find black metal, death metal and the like, then there’s the Valley which is home to the stoner and doom types, and the Warzone where the punk and hardcore drops.

Hellfest 2013 – it’s like being welcomed home.
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MORBID ANGEL To Play COVENANT In Its Entirety On Upcoming Tour

July 15th, 2013
MORBID ANGEL To Play COVENANT In Its Entirety On Upcoming Tour

MORBID ANGEL To Play COVENANT In Its Entirety On Upcoming Tour

Tampa-based black/death metallers MORBID ANGEL have announced the 20th Anniversary Of Covenant – United States Tour 1993-2013. The tour celebrates the band’s biggest selling release, Covenant. In 1992, Morbid Angel signed to a major label Giant Records / Warner Brothers and Covenant was to be their first release on that label in the USA on June 22, 1993 and went on to garner great critical and commercial success.

On the 20th Anniversary Of Covenant – United States Tour 1993-2013 tour, the band will play the Covenant album in it’s entirety and after a short intermission some additional surprise classic cuts. Further, there will be special commemorative items produced exclusively for this tour.

All advance tickets will go on sale July 19th.

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Kreator Morbid Angel Nile and Fueled By Fire : Nosturi Helsinki Finland

December 15th, 2012


The 7th Of December 2012

Nosturi Helsinki


When the co-tour package consisting of Kreator, Morbid Angel, Nile and the young thrash guns Fueled By Fire was announced, it wasn’t any shock as the tickets were sold out. Generally, these kinds of packages definitely pull hundreds of people to shows, resulting a number of sold out gigs. The whole Nosturi club was entirely packed and full when about 600 metal freaks crawled to testify these four bands in action. The night was a real dream come true for all the fans to witness these leading names on the metal map on the same night and the whole gig was a worth every cent for sure. Sweating raging pits were rolling all night long and the was at present for obvious reasons.

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Morbid Angel and Grave: The Trocadero, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania September 28, 2012

October 21st, 2012

Morbid Angel and Grave

The Trocadero, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

September 28, 2012

Review and pics by  Infamousbutcher

Morbid Angel is one of the most legendary and influential death metal bands of all time, and that reputation is enforced when you see their power and musicianship live. This Fall, in support of last year’s ILLUD DIVINUM INSANUS they are doing their first US tour with their classic era vocalist / bassist David Vincent since 1996! There are many young fans that have only seen Morbid Angel with Steve Tucker at the helm, so this will be an awesome evil experience for them! Support for the tour is being provided by Sweden’s Grave, who is promoting their new album AN ENDLESS PROCESSION OF SOULS. Two of my favorite death metal bands on the same bill, fucking killer!

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WARFATHER: Ex-Morbid Angel Member Steve Tucker Forms New Death Metal Unit

May 14th, 2012

Greyhaze Records is proud to announce the formation and signing of brand new death metal act WARFATHER, a devastating new unit conceived by ex-Morbid Angel gladiator Steve Tucker!


In a statement on what metal fans are to expect from WARFATHER, Tucker stated: “This is my new band; it will be my main focus…. it is my kind of death metal.” Having been known for his vocal and bass skills in all of his previous acts, while still holding down vocal duties here, Tucker has moved on to guitar with this project. “I have always played the guitar and I think now is the time for me to make the move. I think doing solos and extra guitar parts will allow me to express myself in a whole new way!” Also on guitars is Armatura, formerly of Cincinnati-based death metal band Dominion. Recruited to the drum kit is Deimos, a death metal veteran currently playing in the band Temple and also having played with bands such as Severe Torture. The bass is dispatched by Nick McMaster (Krallice, Nader Sadek, Castevet). Additional guitar contributions will be tracked by friends of WARFATHER, which include many notable death metal stalwarts; full details will be announced shortly.


WARFATHER are currently in the final stages of tracking the yet-to-be-titled album, with mixing to take place immediately after. Tucker himself is producing the entire release, as he did for the 2011-released Nader Sadek album In the Flesh, which Tucker also performed on. The artwork is in the final stages as well, and will be unveiled shortly, along with the details on the album, which is being slated for release this Fall. Upon its’ release, WARFATHER will take their battle to the highways of the planet on tour in support of the album.


After starting out as vocalist/bassist for death/thrash act Ceremony, Steve Tucker moved on to handle bass and vocals on Morbid Angel’s infamous Formulas Fatal to the Flesh, Gateways to Annihilation and Heretic LPs. In 2009 Tucker was recruited to take part in the Nader Sadek album In the Flesh for release through then brand new label Greyhaze Records, and licensed to Season of Mist Records. The project also featured Flo Mounier (Cryptopsy), Rune Eriksen (Mayhem, Ava Inferi) and more. During this time Tucker struck up a great relationship with Greyhaze Records, and together they decided to bring the reality of WARFATHER to fruition.


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Spread The Metal Fest Announce More Bands to Line Up, Morbid Angel To Headline

May 1st, 2012

Halifax based Spread The Metal Festival who’s goal is to raise $100,000 for the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada with 100% of ticket revenues is proud to announce headliners Morbid Angel, along with Blackguard, Cryptopsy and Last Call Chernobyl as the next batch of bands added to the line up to support the festival charity fundraiser.

“Spread the Metal Records has lofty ambitions for this festival and as it grows each year, I want to prove that the label is as committed to philanthropy as we are to releasing phenomenal records. We take on the responsibility to help those who cannot help themselves, and this festival has the power to help a lot of people, year after year.” – Matt Day STM owner and festival organizer commented.

Tickets available at the Halifax Forum or by phone at 1-888-311-9090 and online

$70/Entire Festival
$50/Each Day

Ticket Link –

Event Link –

July 5th:

Answer With Metal – 12pm –!/answerwithmetal
Last Call Chernobyl – 1pm –
Dischord – 2pm –
Hallows Die – 3:15pm –
Descend – 4:30pm –
Fallen Joy – 6pm –!/fallenjoy
BLACKGUARD – 7:30pm –
KATAKLYSM – 9:15pm –


July 6th:

Cry Oh Crisis – 12pm –
Strigampire – 1pm –
Death Valley Driver – 2pm –!/DeathValleyDriverPEI
Crimson Shadows – 3:15pm –!/CrimsonShadowsBand
Blasphemy Reborn – 4:30pm –
Black Moor – 6pm –!/blackmoormain
CRYPTOPSY – 7:30pm –
MORBID ANGEL – 9:15pm –

ABOUT: Spread The Metal Fest was inspired by STM Records owner Matt Day, whom previously worked for HSF as a volunteer and decided it was time to give back to the community and help an organization and cause that promotes awareness of heart disease along with financial support.

About: Spread the Metal Records is an artist-oriented label. They recognize the commitment of all those who have signed with them and those who continue to support them in other ways. A label is only as strong as its artists, and indeed the job of the record label is to create an environment where they can pursue their artistic vision. That means giving straight answers, holding themselves accountable, taking responsibility for their mistakes, and recognizing their own limitations. STM believes in every release that they put out and they have more respect for the fans than to expose them to a sub-par album. STM demands the best from themselves, and so they can’t accept any less from the bands that they represent.

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MORBID ANGEL @ O2 Islington Academy

December 31st, 2011

Morbid Angel @ O2 Islington Academy

22nd November 2011

Review by James Griffiths

Photos by Andre Purvis

Tuesday evening in Islington, London and it’s pretty cold outside and due to trains running at 5mph on the track and an extremely early opening time I find myself running to the O2 Islington Academy to try and get there before the first band of the night finish their set!

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November 5th, 2011

Bloodstock Open Air Festival 2011

Catton Hall, Derbyshire
11th-14th August 2011

Review & Photos by Jo Blackened

Altercarnated Photography

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Copenhell Festival 2011 at Refshaleoen in Copenhagen Denmark

September 10th, 2011


Copenhell Festival 2011

Refshaleoen, Copenhagen,Denmark
17-18/6 – 2011

Review and live pictures by: Anders Sandvall
Guest contributor: Ulrika Henriksson


The second edition of the Copenhell Festival in Copenhagen Denmark took place at the middle of June and the venue was held at the same place at last year, the old industrial area at Refshaloen located a few minutes outside downtown Copenhagen. Bands like Korn, Judas Priest, Deicide, Morbid Angel and Anvil performed at we thought it was time to head over and to pay the festival a visit. Check out our review of the festival! Read the rest of this entry »


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Tuska Open Air 2011 – Suvilahti Helsinki Finland

August 27th, 2011


Tuska Open Air 2011

Suvilahti, Helsinki, Finland

July 22-24, 2011

Review by Arto Lehtinen, Petri Seppänen Da Costa

Pics by Arto Lehtinen, Sini Huotari

The Tuska Open Air Festival has become one kind of institution amongst all metal festivals in Europe. Tuska was previously arranged in the heart of Helsinki in the central park Kaisaniemi during the past 10 years. The park underwent construction to have a better environment and other mandatory improvements. The organization of Tuska didn’t have a choice but to find and switch the whole festival to a new area. This new area is still located in Helsinki, but only a few kilometers away, to a place called Suvilahti. Having this area was definitely a big part of the whole idea and concept of Tuska. The Kaisaniemi park brought an intimate picnic and park feeling with the grass and trees. Whereas Suvilahti was more like an industrial environment with the burning and redhot asphalt under the feet.

Another thing forcing Tuska to make a change was the date. Originally the festival was supposed to be in the beginning of July, but another big more international based festival took over the date and Tuska was postponed until three weeks later. Well at least some people got pissed off at the changed date. Obviously a few band negotiations needed to start all over. Hopefully Tuska will return back to the original date. However, the line-up looked amazing after all. Morbid Angel and Amon Amarth were headliners, so was Devin Townsend once again. Cult metal bands like Hell, Bulldozer and then something type of stuff such as Jex Thoth, Church Of Misery. The festival was an utter success although the event wasn’t sold out. All in all 28000 people visited Tuska during three days. was present to check out a lot of bands and check out the new Tuska area.

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August 22nd, 2011
Morbid Angel - Domination

Morbid Angel - Domination

DOMINATION, the classic 1995 album from death metal legends MORBID ANGEL, has been reissued and is out now on limited edition digipak CD with a free double-sided poster, as well as on limited edition coloured vinyl LP.

To celebrate the return of MORBID ANGEL, Earache Records has reissued the band’s first four albums, all of which are considered classics of the death metal genre.  The first three albums in the series, ALTARS OF MADNESS, BLESSED ARE THE SICK and COVENANT are all available now along with the final release, DOMINATION.

The full DOMINATION track listing is as follows:

01. Dominate
02. Where The Slime Live
03. Eyes To See, Ears To Hear
04. Melting
05. Nothing But Fear
06. Dawn Of The Angry
07. This Means War
08. Caesar’s Palace
09. Dreaming
10. Inquisition (Burn With Me)
11. Hatework

Get DOMINATION now, along with the first three albums in the series, in Europe at or in North America at

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