Domination (Morbid Angel album)

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Morbid Angel - Domination.jpg
Studio album by Morbid Angel
Released May 9, 1995
Recorded Nov 1994-Jan 1995
Genre Death metal[1]
Length 44:45
Label Earache (Europe), Giant (North America)
Producer Morbid Angel and Bill Kennedy
Morbid Angel chronology
Formulas Fatal to the Flesh
(1998)Formulas Fatal to the Flesh1998
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[2]

Domination is the fourth full-length studio album by death metal band Morbid Angel, released in 1995. This was Morbid Angel's last album under the label Giant Records before the company filed for bankruptcy. The band then re-signed with their former label, Earache Records.

The CD cover is shown here. The LP came with a different but similar computer generated picture. Initial copies came in a green jewelcase. There was also a limited edition "Slime Pack" planned, which was never released after several packs leaked before shipping and the slime-substance was found to be toxic.

A music video was produced for the song "Where the Slime Live".

David Vincent left the band soon after the release of Domination and was replaced by Steve Tucker. Vincent rejoined Morbid Angel in 2004 and appeared on their 2011 album Illud Divinum Insanus before leaving the band once again in 2015.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Lyrics Music Length
1. "Dominate" Vincent Azagthoth 2:39
2. "Where the Slime Live" Vincent Azagthoth 5:26
3. "Eyes to See, Ears to Hear" Vincent Azagthoth, Rutan 3:52
4. "Melting"   Rutan 1:20
5. "Nothing but Fear" Vincent Rutan 4:31
6. "Dawn of the Angry" Vincent Azagthoth 4:39
7. "This Means War"   Rutan 3:12
8. "Caesar's Palace" Vincent Azagthoth 6:20
9. "Dreaming"   Azagthoth 2:17
10. "Inquisition (Burn with Me)" Vincent Azagthoth 4:33
11. "Hatework" Vincent Rutan 5:47
12. "Sworn to the Black" (Laibach remix) (Japanese bonus track)     4:16
13. "God of Emptiness" (Laibach remix) (Japanese bonus track)     5:37


  • Morbid Angel – arrangement, production
  • Bill Kennedy – production, engineering, mixing
  • Mark Prator – assistant engineering
  • Eric Cadieux – programming, digital editing
  • Alan Yoshida – mastering


  1. ^ "Morbid Angel "Domination". Metal Storm. 
  2. ^ Huey, Steve. "Domination - Morbid Angel". Allmusic. Retrieved December 20, 2011.