June 19, 2015 — This past week, MORBID ANGEL announced the departures of drummer Tim Yeung, guitarist Destructhor, and today, frontman/bassist David Vincent. On June 15th, the band announced former frontman/bassist Steve Tucker’s return even though no official statement on David Vincent’s status was announced.
January 31, 2012 — World Downfall is by far one of the most devastating and influential grind albums in existence, so it’s a damn shame that Darker Days Ahead was an atrocious flop.
August 10, 2011 — Throughout my years of going to shows and meeting extreme metal bands to just say “hello” and “thanks” or to conduct an interview or hang out as colleagues, I have always found these artists to be very humble, down to earth, and hardworking people.
August 5, 2011 — Sometimes being the first band to do something doesn’t necessarily guarantee that first always means best - case in point, TERRORIZER’s 1989 debut, World Downfall. Sure, one can point to NAPALM DEATH’s Scum as the birth of grindcore but let’s be honest, the album isn’t very listenable.
June 15, 2011 — Grindcore legends TERRORIZER have announced that they will be releasing a new album via Season of Mist Records. The band’s line-up features MORBID ANGEL’s David Vincent on bass, who played on the landmark debut, World Downfall, as well as Pete Sandoval on drums.
May 6, 2011 — With the welcome return of original frontman David Vincent and subsequent years of reunion shows, the stage has been set for one of the most anticipated albums in extreme metal history.
June 24, 2010 — Death metal veterans MORBID ANGEL entered the studio to begin recording their ninth full-length album and first with original bassist/vocalist, David Vincent, since 1995’s Domination.
February 6, 2009 — MORBID ANGEL are set to play their first U.S. show since 2006. The band will be playing the Key Club in Los Angeles on May 26th as a warm-up for their Australian tour.
August 8, 2008 — If Dark Ages was Max Cavalera’s return to true extreme metal/punk, then Conquer is a definitive statement that nü-SOULFLY won’t be around any time soon. Conquer just might be SOULFLY’s heaviest album to date.