Morbid - live in stockholm

Re-released by Hell Slaughter Records (HSR 002) in 2005 as a picture disc 12"LP (limited to 500 hand numbered copies). This version is a bootleg as neither Reaper Records nor the band itself ever gave them permission to release it.

Although Morbid only officially released those two demos, they gained a certain cult status after their demise, most likely due in part to Ohlin's efforts with Mayhem, and the fact that he committed suicide in 1991. Both the demo recordings and various live and rehearsal tracks have later made it onto vinyl and CD, on both official and bootleg releases.

More recently, in 1989, an Army veteran told of seeing a friend decapitated in a car crash. According to the story, the severed head showed emotions of shock, followed by terror and grief, its eyes glancing back at its separated body.

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