Altars of Madness and Blessed Are the Sick live and performed by Vincent will undoubtedly be a treat.
Is there anything more embarrassing than when the members of a beloved band commence in-fighting, resulting in a breakup, and then they tour and record separately using the same band name or a variation of it? Just look at Queensrÿche, Great White and now Morbid Angel. The Floridian death-metal pioneers have been fronted by Steve Tucker for some time, and after some apparent soul-searching, original singer/growler David Vincent has put his own band together to play Morbid Angel tunes, and he’s called it I Am Morbid. It’s all a bit cringe-worthy and would be best ignored if not for the fact that Vincent really does have one of the best sets of pipes that the genre ever produced. Therefore, hearing tracks from early albums such as