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Nocturnus was among the most technical and atmospheric outfit to rise from the legendary Tampa, Florida death metal scene. By adding synths to their music, they found an essential element to bring a new sound to the young death metal scene and were an huge impact upon the entire genre from this moment on.

The band formed in 1987 by singer/drummer Mike Browning, guitarists Mike Davis and Gino Marino, bassist Jeff Estes and keyboardist Louis Panzer. Following the demo… read more

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  • All three albums are excellent!
  • I just now found out The Key is a concept album. Interesting plot
  • Yesterday I once again took a listen to the first MORBID ANGEL album with Browning. Not bad after all. I've bought it in 1991 as a re-issue and then it was just stored in my basement for years...
  • I'm now starting to like Thresholds more. For years, I didn't. Now it's absolutely fantastic to me.
  • The Key is an amazing and brilliant record! Love it!
  • The Key never disappoints no matter what mood you're in [2]
  • Anything going on with Browning lately? Someone that talented should not be forgotten so easily.
  • tru
  • The Key never disappoints no matter what mood you're in
  • The question is if an FDR of The Key is really necessary. For marketing and sales, perhaps. The original pressing of The Key is good, both the CD and vinyl. I don't see how or why they would improve it, if not to remix it a bit and maybe "enhance" it sonically (while keeping it dynamic). So basically they could just re-release the original CD pressing and master without doing anything at all with it. I guess that is exactly what they did with "Thresholds", which in its own turn could've actually needed some audio refinement instead. As long as they re-issue The Key in a good dynamic format, wether it's the original mix or a new dynamic mix, and not like the remastered one, I'll be one happy customer. Especially if they would, maybe, include the Science Of Horror demo as bonus tracks. That would be neat!

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