Mayhem - Sepultura - Morbid Visions
Label: Cogumelo Produções - COG002,Cogumelo Produções - 201.864 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Repress Black/White Labels • Country: Brazil • Genre: Rock • Style: Black Metal, Death Metal
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Mayhem Lyrics: Endless war, endless screams / In the boundaries of Hell we live / Total death, total hate / On the devastated plains we fight / Evil minds, insane minds / Mutilated corpses over.
1. Morbid Visions The Roman empire has crucified the messiah The bestial power as sacrificed your Gods Feared by this power, the cross he'll carry And visions of destruction, this night you'll see Crucified, killed, buried Sacrificed messiah Kneeled down, blood stained The cristians, today they still cry But the bastards adore images.
morbid visions. 1. Morbid Visions 2. Mayhem 3. Troops of Doom 4. War 5. Crucifixion 6. Show Me the Wrath 7. Funeral Rites 8. Empire of the Damned Release / Lançamento: 10 November Recorded / Gravado: August - Estudio Vice Versa, Belo Horizonte, Brazil Producer / Produtor: Sepultura.
AllMusic Morbid Visions is the debut studio album by Brazilian heavy metal band Sepultura, released on November 10, , by Cogumelo Records. While later albums have a more political edge, Morbid Visions (along with the Bestial Devastation EP) is notable for " Satanic " daimurozolozuruzulkirr.infoinfo: Black metal, death metal.
Jun 21, · Morbid Visions: Mayhem: Troops Of Doom: War: Crucifixion: Show Me The Wrath: Funeral Rites: Empire Of The Damned/5().
Oct 05, · Alright, Morbid Visions is the very first album by Sepultura, the first step to worldwide fame. The Cavaleras brothers heard old Slayer, Venom or /5(54).
View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Morbid Visions / Bestial Devastation on Discogs.4/4(44).
First press with black/white labels. Original pressings of the album featured the first movement of "Carmina Burana" by Carl Orff as an intro to the title track.