Mental Vortex
CORONER

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Album · 1991

Filed under Thrash Metal

Tracklist

1. Divine Step (Conspectu Mortis) (7:05)
2. Son of Lilith (6:54)
3. Semtex Revolution (5:30)
4. Sirens (4:56)
5. Metamorphosis (5:34)
6. Pale Sister (4:55)
7. About Life (5:18)
8. I Want You (She's So Heavy) (7:14)

Total Time: 47:30

Line-up/Musicians

- Ron Royce / Bass, Vocals
- Tommy T. Baron / Guitars
- Marquis Marky / Drums

Guest musicians:
- Kent Smith / Keyboards
- Janelle Sadler & Steve Gruden / Background Vocals

About this release

Noise Records, August 12th, 1991, Cat. nr.
CD - N 0177-2

Cover Concept and design by Marquis Marky
Recorded at Sky Trak Studio, Berlin (April and June 1991)
Mixed at Morrisound, Tampa (Florida)
Produced, Mixed, and Engineered by Tom Morris
Second Engineer: Sven Conquest
Executive Producer: Karl-U. Walterbach

The cover is from the novel "Psycho" originally written (and designed) by Robert Bloch.

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Coming down off their masterpiece (No More Color), Coroner's Mental Vortex feels to me like a bit of a step down. The band's chops are still tight, but there's points where their technical thrash metal style seems tired and worn out. In particular, the closing cover of the Beatles' I Want You (She's So Heavy) is drab and unimaginative, in stark contrast to previous covers of 1960s psychedelic classics by the band. Still, it's a competent enough album which offers an entertaining listen, but it isn't the world-changing experience No More Color was and suggests that the band's time was running short at this point.

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