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Gateways to Anihilation

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Gateways to Annihilation is a continuing statement of purpose from Morbid Angel: "We are an uncompromising death metal machine." The disc isn't a tremendous leap in style for the band, but is rather a refinement of their brutal craft. They sound like accomplished musicians throughout, creating a soundtrack of utter torment and famine. The group can blow heads off with their speed, as on "To the Victor the Spoils," and also drag bodies through mid-tempo muck, exemplified on "At One With Nothing." When the two approaches meet up, as on "Opening of the Gates," the result is blistering. This track is particularly indicative of Morbid Angel's strength of composition, rife with the sort of tight, intelligent dynamics that mark the album. And of course, lead player Trey Azagoth pushes the envelope all over the place, his trebly explorations of the astral plane offering relief from the band's thuggish bottom-end. The creative and fierce Gateways to Annihilation is textbook Morbid Angel, another triumph for longtime fans and an excellent starting point for new listeners.
© Matthew Kantor /TiVo

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1
Kawazu
00:00:35

Morbid Angel, Performer - Azagthoth, Composer - Tucker, Composer

2009 Earache Records Ltd 2009 Earache Records Ltd

2
Summoning Redemption
00:07:16

Morbid Angel, Performer - Azagthoth, Composer - Tucker, Composer

2009 Earache Records Ltd 2009 Earache Records Ltd

3
Ageless Still I Am
00:05:18

Morbid Angel, Performer - Azagthoth, Composer - Tucker, Composer

2009 Earache Records Ltd 2009 Earache Records Ltd

4
He Who Sleeps
00:04:04

Morbid Angel, Performer - Tucker, Composer

2009 Earache Records Ltd 2009 Earache Records Ltd

5
To the Victor the Spoils
00:03:43

Morbid Angel, Performer - Azagthoth, Composer - Tucker, Composer

2009 Earache Records Ltd 2009 Earache Records Ltd

6
At One With Nothing
00:04:33

Morbid Angel, Performer - Azagthoth, Composer - Tucker, Composer

2009 Earache Records Ltd 2009 Earache Records Ltd

7
Opening of the Gates
00:05:15

Morbid Angel, Performer - Azagthoth, Composer - Tucker, Composer

2009 Earache Records Ltd 2009 Earache Records Ltd

8
Secured Limitations
00:04:39

Morbid Angel, Performer - Azagthoth, Composer

2009 Earache Records Ltd 2009 Earache Records Ltd

9
Awakening
00:01:21

Morbid Angel, Performer - Rutan, Composer

2009 Earache Records Ltd 2009 Earache Records Ltd

10
I
00:03:50

Morbid Angel, Performer - Azagthoth, Composer - Tucker, Composer

2009 Earache Records Ltd 2009 Earache Records Ltd

11
God of the Forsaken
00:03:49

Morbid Angel, Performer - Rutan, Composer - Tucker, Composer

2009 Earache Records Ltd 2009 Earache Records Ltd

Album Description

Gateways to Annihilation is a continuing statement of purpose from Morbid Angel: "We are an uncompromising death metal machine." The disc isn't a tremendous leap in style for the band, but is rather a refinement of their brutal craft. They sound like accomplished musicians throughout, creating a soundtrack of utter torment and famine. The group can blow heads off with their speed, as on "To the Victor the Spoils," and also drag bodies through mid-tempo muck, exemplified on "At One With Nothing." When the two approaches meet up, as on "Opening of the Gates," the result is blistering. This track is particularly indicative of Morbid Angel's strength of composition, rife with the sort of tight, intelligent dynamics that mark the album. And of course, lead player Trey Azagoth pushes the envelope all over the place, his trebly explorations of the astral plane offering relief from the band's thuggish bottom-end. The creative and fierce Gateways to Annihilation is textbook Morbid Angel, another triumph for longtime fans and an excellent starting point for new listeners.
© Matthew Kantor /TiVo

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