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Morgion




USA - Disbanded.

Description

Death/Doom

One of the lesser known bands to emerge out of the death/doom metal movement of the 1990's. Though Morgion initially started as a pure death metal band, their first two albums 'Among Majestic Ruin' and 'Solinari' showed them developing a very majestic, atmospheric form of death/doom metal that lied somewhere between My Dying Bride and Evoken. Final album 'Cloaked by Ages, Crowned in Earth' showed them taking a turn towards an even more mellow direction, featuring epic clean lead singing. Altogether, the band's discography is worthy of those who appreciate heavy, atmospheric death/doom metal, along the likes of Mindrot and Thorns of the Carrion.

Discography

Rabid Decay1991NoneDemo Tape
Live Studio Rehearsal Demo1992NoneRehearsal CD
Travesty1993CatatonicMcd
Among Majestic Ruin1998RelapseCD
Oceans Without Shores1999RelapseUnreleased
Solinari1999RelapseCD
2002 Demo2002NoneDemo
A Slow Succumbing/Ebb Tide2002NoneDemo CD
Domination Tour Bootleg2003NoneCompilation
Dark Symphonies2003NoneDemo
Rabid Decay/Live Studio Rehearsal Demo/Travesty2003NoneRe-release
Cloaked by Ages, Crowned in Earth2004Dark SymphoniesCD
The Relapse Collection2008RelapseCompilation

Contact

webmaster@morgion.com


Reviews

Rabid Decay (1991)
Live Studio Rehearsal Demo (1992)
Travesty (1993)
Among Majestic Ruin (1998)
Solinari (1999)
A Slow Succumbing/Ebb Tide (2002)
Cloaked by Ages, Crowned in Earth (2004)

Interviews

Interview with Morgion (2003-04-14).

Misc

Disbanded in early 2005, with various members focusing on new projects. While the 'Oceans Without Shores' EP wasn't released back in the late 90's as it should have been, it was finally released as part of the compilation called 'The Relapse Collection' in 2008.

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