Formulas Fatal to the Flesh

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Formulas Fatal to the Flesh
Studio album by Morbid Angel
Released February 24, 1998
Recorded 1997, Morrisound Recording
Genre Death metal
Length 51:38
Label Earache
Producer Trey Azagthoth, Mark Prator
Morbid Angel chronology
Entangled in Chaos
(1996)
Formulas Fatal to the Flesh
(1998)
Gateways to Annihilation
(2000)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic Template:Ratings 99[1]

Formulas Fatal to the Flesh is the fifth full-length studio album by death metal band Morbid Angel. The Satanic themed lyrics of previous albums had been replaced with lyrics about the Old Ones, which would become the primary source of Morbid Angel's lyrical content from this point on. This is the first album to introduce singer/bassist Steve Tucker, replacing David Vincent, and has some lyrical content written in Sumerian.

The tunings for this record as on Covenant and Domination remained E♭ on six string guitar songs, and B♭ on seven stringed guitar songs.[citation needed]

Track listing[edit]

  • All songs written and arranged by Trey Azagthoth except "Ascent Through the Spheres" and "Hymnos Rituales De Guerra", written by Pete Sandoval.
No. Title Length
1. "Heaving Earth"   3:54
2. "Prayer of Hatred"   4:28
3. "Bil Ur-Sag"   2:30
4. "Nothing is Not"   4:44
5. "Chambers of Dis"   3:30
6. "Disturbance in the Great Slumber"   2:32
7. "Umulamahri"   4:34
8. "Hellspawn: The Rebirth"   2:43
9. "Covenant of Death"   6:08
10. "Hymn to a Gas Giant"   1:04
11. "Invocation of the Continual One"   9:47
12. "Ascent through the Spheres"   2:02
13. "Hymnos Rituales de Guerra"   2:43
14. "Trooper"   0:55
Total length:
51:38
  • "Invocation of the Continual One" is made of unused music the band had composed in its early days in 1984, which they put together and rerecorded for this album.[citation needed]

Personnel[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Erlewine, Stephen Thomas. "Formulas Fatal to the Flesh - Morbid Angel". Allmusic. Retrieved December 20, 2011.