Altars of Madness

Altars of Madness
Altars of Madness is Morbid Angel's debut album and is a milestone in the history of death metal. The remastered version (released in 2003) includes several remixed versions of songs from the album. 2006 saw a dual-disc release with the 2003 remaster on the audio side and 'Live Madness 89' recorded at Nottingham Rock City on the 14th of November 1989 on the DVD side.

In the album's liner notes, the band dedicates the album to the underground and to speed, death, and black metal fans everywhere.

The cover artwork represents the different moods of humans.

Comments and Reviews
"That whole album is so amazing"- Alex Webster of Cannibal Corpse

UK magazine Terrorizer rates this album as Morbid Angel's and death metal's finest hour, describing it as "bludgeoning and raw but also technical, exacting and intimidatingly consistent."

Credits
* David Vincent — bass, vocals
* Trey Azagthoth — guitar
* Richard Brunelle — guitar
* Pete Sandoval — drums
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Blasphemy
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Bleed for the Devil
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Chapel of Ghouls
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Immortal Rites
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Maze of Torment
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Suffocation
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Visions from the Dark Side
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