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Primitive Rhythm Machine

Keep it up Mortification. All Praise be to God the Father God the Son and God the Holy Spirit. Death Metal to the End!!!

Disjointed

This is hailed to be one of mortifications worst albums, because the style is so disjointed that it doesn't please anyone. They just don't pull off the death/thrash/grove metal hybrid sound on this record. I know they can, Post-momentary Affliction is a fine example of death/thrash crossover.
If your looking for death metal, stick with scrolls of the megalith. If you want thrash, listen to later albums like brain cleanser.

My Favorite

This is my favorite of all Mortification albums
Best album cover by them
Great songs PRM and Mephibosheth

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s

Mortification is considered by many to be the most extreme Christian band in existence. Formed in 1990 from the remains of a band called Lightforce, Mortification sought to provide a positive alternative to traditional death metal acts such as Carcass, Death, and Obituary. On the strength of their self-titled 1990 debut, Mortification quickly gained a reputation in their native Australia for being one of the loudest and fastest bands around. Their 1992 follow-up, Scrolls of the Megilloth, garnered...
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