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Mourning Has Broken

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Released  1991
Artist  Sabbat
Label  Noise International
Length  50:58
Release date  1991
Genres  Heavy metal, Thrash metal
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Similar  Dreamweaver, History of a Time to C, Sabbatrinity, Envenom

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Mourning Has Broken is the third and final full-length album by the British thrash metal band, Sabbat, and the band's only album following the departure of singer and lyricist Martin Walkyier. The album is generally considered both a critical and commercial failure, and the band split up soon after its release.

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Speaking to Terrorizer magazine in 2006, Andy Sneap stated "(emphatically) "I don't listen to this (Mourning Has Broken). There is some mad guitar playing on there, some of the shredding is ridiculous, but it sounds thrown together, which it was; it shouldn't have had the Sabbat name on it."

The denial of the album's legitimacy indicated by its exclusion from the discography included in the band's official website and also its exclusion from the 2007 remastered CD re-issue of the band's other two albums, means that the album cannot presently be considered canon.

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Track listing

  1. "The Demise of History" – 7:52
  2. "A Theological Void" – 7:26
  3. "Paint the World Black" – 5:25
  4. "Dumbstruck" – 5:14
  5. "The Voice of Time" – 6:45
  6. "Dreamscape" – 8:47
  7. "Without a Trace" – 7:24
  8. "Mourning Has Broken" – 2:05

Personnel

  • Andy Sneap – lead guitar
  • Richie Desmond – vocals
  • Simon Negus – drums
  • Wayne Banks – bass
  • Neil Watson – guitar
  • Songs

    1The Demise of History7:52
    2Theological Void7:25
    3Paint the World Black5:25

    References

    Mourning Has Broken Wikipedia


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