"Resurrection Absurd" is the first official record released by the German Death Metal band "Morgoth". It was released on 12" EP Extended Play record with 5 tracks.
Morgoth was a German death metal band that was formed in 1987 Rüdiger Hennecke and Carsten Otterbach in Meschede. Originally the name Cadaverous Smell was used and the band played grindcore / noise style. When Harry Busse joined the band they renamed themselves to "Minas Morgul". In 1987 the band settled on Morgoth when singer and bass-player Marc Grewe joined the band.
Century Media Records 60-9708
Record Format: 12" Vinyl Stereo Gramophone Record
Total Album (Cover+Record) weight: 230 gram
Dirk Dreager - Producer
Michael Jesch - Sound Engineer
Heinrich "Heinz" Mikus - Sound Engineer
Heinrich "Heinz" Mikus - Singer, Lead Guitar and Sound Engineer. He started in 1967 in the German Hard Rock / Heavy Metal band "Faithful Breath". He was faithful to this band until 1986 when he joined the German Thrash metal band: "RISK" until 1993. In the late 1990s he was also sound engineer on a couple of albums for Liar and Morgoth.Detlev Mohrmann - Sound Engineer
This album was recorded at D+S Recordings.
Sound Mixed at Mohrmann Studios.
Axel Hermann - Artwork
Axel Hermann is a German graphics artist who has since the late 1980s designed and drawn the artwork for several dozen heavy metal albums, for bands like: Liar, Morgoth and many others.
Behrent - Photography
Martin Becker - Photography
Martin Becker (Photographer) during the 1980s "Martin Becker" has photographed around two dozen heavy metal bands. These bands include the two Swiss bands: "Coroner" and "Celtic Frost" as well other bands like: "Kreator" , "Rage" , "Running Wild" , "Tankard" and several others.
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"Resurrection Absurd" is the first official record released by the German Death Metal band "Morgoth". It was released on 12" EP Extended Play record with 5 tracks.Show Details
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