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Vomitory - Moribund EP (1993)
Vomitory was formed in 1989 by original guitarist Urban Gustafsson and bass player Ronnie "Ripper" Olson. Under influence of the growing underground scene and bands such as Sodom, Napalm Death, Slayer and Venom, their sound developed quite soon into pure death metal.
During the early 90s, they spread their name in the worldwide underground scene by releasing some demos and a vinyl 7."Quote:"Moribund" is the Vomitory's second release, coming after their demo released in '92 I believe. This little EP was released three years before they even recorded a full length and this says a lot because even back then they were still loaded with talent and made brutal songs.
The thing that surprises me here is they already had their sound established. There's no difference between this and their debut album aside from the production of course. They already had the thrashy death metal riffs loaded with tremolo and a large Slayer influence of course, already had lightning speed drum work and Erik's vocals were already more guttural than most death metal bands around at the time. Though the most important thing they already possessed was they could right memorable songs and this is what I love about Vomitory, I would say at least 90-95% of their songs are memorable. On the other hand, one thing that has seemed to stuck with Vomitory from the beginning is the bass isn't audible and rarely has any shining moments but this is a raw EP so it's expected. The songs sound just as amazing to be on a full length record, well the second track "Dark Grey Epoch" ended up on "Raped in their Own Blood".