MORBID ANGEL Perform In Chile: Photos, Review Available

September 9, 2004

Chile's Grinder magazine has posted several photos from MORBID ANGEL's headlining concert at Teatro Providencia in Santiago on Tuesday (Sept. 7). Check them out here.

MORBID ANGEL's appearance in Chile was part of the group's current South American tour, which marks bassist/vocalist David Vincent's first live performances with the group in eight years. The group's set list for the Santiago show was as follows:

01. Rapture
02. Pain Divine
03. Maze of Torment
04. Sworn to the Black
05. Blasphemy
06. Lord of all Fevers and Plague
07. Dawn Of The Angry
08. Where the Slime Live
09. Blood on my Hands
10. Immortal Rites
11. Day of Suffering
12. Evil Spell
13. Chapel of Ghouls
14. God of Emptiness
15. World of Shit

Regular BLABBERMOUTH.NET news contributor Cristobal Lagos, who attended the Santiago gig, commented: "MORBID ANGEL is back in business and it seems that almost 10 years haven't passed at all. Vincent should be back full-time, 'cause the band sounds as tight as ever, he sings incredibly well, and no one at all missed the Steve Tucker-era songs. The sound/light show was unbelievable, and the [chemistry] between Vincent and Sandoval/Trey was there."

Lagos also revealed that, "For the promotion of 'Heretic', Grinder did an interview with Sandoval where he admitted that for that record the choice for singer was Vincent, but his long delay on the answer pissed them and forced them to take Tucker. Then Vincent told the guys he was ready to go, but it was too late and they continued with Tucker."

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