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MORBID SACRIFICE - SEVERED DEATH (*NEW-CD, 2006, RedState) Christian Old School Thrashy Death Metal

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 MORBID SACRIFICE - SEVERED DEATH (*NEW-CD, 2006, RedState) Christian Old School Thrashy Death Metal

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Very much like Crimson Thorn and early Mortification!

For fans of CRIMSON THORN, VENGEANCE RISING, CANNIBAL CORPSE, and MORBID ANGEL

Tracklist
1 The Offering
2 Buried Alive
3 Humping The Dead
4 Misogynicide
5 Severed Death
6 Divinely Exhumed
7 Whom I Serve
8 Deliverance Of The Beast

MORBID SACRIFICE started in 1995 when Devilkill (guitar) and Chris Auman (vocals, bass) came together with the understanding that they wanted to create a death metal band along the lines of their favorite bands like CRIMSON THORN, VENGEANCE RISING, CANNIBAL CORPSE, and MORBID ANGEL, among many others. Hailing from a little town in central Pennsylvania, it wasn't exactly easy to come across like-minded musicians. After having played with many drummers and guitarist, they finally found band mates with Nate Davis (guitar) and rounding everything out Tom Klinesmith (drums). In the seven years MORBID SACRIFICE was together they played their fair share of shows with artist from ANTITHESIS to ALETHIAN and even artists like SAM BLACK CHURCH.

By the time 2002 came around, MORBID SACRIFICE entered the studio to record what is now being released, their debut album "Severed Death". However it wasn't long after the CD was recorded the band members decided to go their own separate ways, which meant few copies of the album ever got released to the public. So here we are today, the year 2006 and MORBID SACRIFICE's debut album is just now finally getting the release it has deserved for many years.

After the breakup, Tom and Chris went on to form progressive death metal band NIGHTSBANE (still together with an EP release), Tom is also the current touring drummer for ROYAL ANGUISH. Devilkill went on to form punk band ANTI-HELL SOCIETY (self-released one album; no longer together), and nobody is to sure what happened to Nate Davis.