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Monstrosity - Discography (1992-2007)
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-- 1992. Imperial Doom -- 320k --
-- 1996. Millennium -- 320k --
-- 1999. In Dark Purity -- 320k --
-- 2001. Enslaving The Masses -- 320k --
-- 2003. Rise To Power -- 320k --
-- 2007. Spiritual Apocalypse -- 320k -- 




Metalstorm wrote:
As one of the front runners in the Florida extreme metal scene,
international artists, Monstrosity began their course in late 1990. With
the infamous "Horror Infinity" demo, the band was signed to Nuclear
Blast Records. The first effort was to be called "Imperial Doom" and is
now considered a metal classic. The album went on to sell 50,000
worldwide and received excellent ratings in the world press.

A triumphant tour of Europe was accomplished by traveling to Austria,
Switzerland, Holland and Germany. While in Germany the group shot a
video clip for the song "Final Cremation" and was later released on a
video compilation "Death is the Beginning" by Nuclear Blast Records,
Germany. Upon the release of "Imperial Doom" in the States, the album
rose to #25 on the US CMJ college radio charts and to #21 in Sales.

With the second release, "Millennium", the band signed with Conquest
Music in the US and left Nuclear Blast because of a contract dispute.
Monstrosity showcased stronger playing techniques with more focused
arrangements with their second album. The album release was launched
with the "Extremities Tour", a seven week tour of North America. The
editor of Metal Maniacs Magazine selected "Millennium" number one on his
play list and the album placed #19 on the CMJ college radio charts and
stayed in the top 20 for many weeks. The band then concentrated on
conquering Latin America with shows in Mexico City, Lima, Peru and
Bogota, Columbia. Monstrosity then followed up with a European tour
taking Monstrosity to nine countries in four weeks.

In 1999, the band then recorded their third album "In Dark Purity" at
Morrisound Studios, Tampa, Florida. The album contained 14 songs,
including a cover of Slayer's "Angel of Death". The European release was
distributed by Sony in Germany,Switzerland and Austria and Hammerheart
in the rest of Europe, as well as a Japanese version released in Japan
on Avalon Records. The extremities of "Imperial Doom" and the precision
accuracy of "Millennium" were combined to create what is surely a true
metal masterpiece. "In Dark Purity" went to #9 on the CMJ Loudrock, US
college radio charts. Monstrosity also toured in support of Dimmu Borgir
and Samael in the US for six weeks and then flew to Germany to play the
Fuck the Commerce Festival.

In May of 2001. Monstrosity were back offering a double dose of mayhem
with a double cd entitled "Enslaving the Masses". Disc one has an array
of songs remixed and remastered from their previous albums. Disc two is a
monumental "Live" album. The release was followed by an 80 date tour in
the U. S .and Canada. The album was released in Europe Nov 2001 on
Hammerheart Records.

2002 has already taken the band to Mexico in February for a three week
tour leaving nothing but chaos in their path. In March they flew to
Brazil to headline a show in Sao Paulo with sold out crowds squeezing
only 1,300 people into the venue and the rest were turned away at the
door. In Recife, Brazil they again had a sold out crowd with 1,000

With calls from the public for the album, "Millennium", Monstrosity's
label has reissued the album May 7, 2002 in the US. This was the last
album with vocalist, George Fisher, now with Cannibal Corpse. In support
of the reissue Monstrosity has completed a 4 week US tour and is
preparing for a six week onslaught of Europe in the fall.

In the January 2002 issue of Metal Maniacs, (the premiere metal magazine
in the US), Monstrosity was featured with a remarkable 6 page
interview. ".....1999's "In Dark Purity, a hybrid of Power Metal
melodicism crossed with Slayer and early Morbid Angel. It was "In Dark
Purity" that achieved the unthinkable: the expansion of Death Metal's
parameters." (Rob Aloi, Metal Maniacs Magazine). An interview also
appears in the April/May 2002 issue of Pit Magazine and now presently on
the streets is a drum feature in the new issue of Pit Magazine of
drummer, Lee Harrison.

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