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Saturday, 12 May 2012

Mortification - Scrolls Of The Megilloth [1992]

I may be a mysterious enigma, but my reasons for uploading this now are actually fairly straightforward. One, it's a fantastic album. Two, the new EP of theirs popped up in an RSS feed of mine, which prompted me to post this (I've been intending to for quite a while). Mortification are an Australian thrashy death metal band who are mostly talked about for their Christian lyrical themes, but don't be dissuaded, the music is not in the slightest bit gimmicky. Indeed, this is one of the hookiest old school death metal albums you'll hear for a long time - and no, I'm not talking Slaughter Of The Soul hooks, I'm talking vicious, fast-paced hooks. Hooks designed to tear through human flesh.

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1 comment:

  1. Mortification got a lot more "preachy" after Steve Rowe successfully fought off leukemia in the late `90s.

    Still, Mortification is indeed a very underrated band, and "Scrolls..." is always the first album I recommend to folks looking to check out the band.



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