Morbid Pain (1995-present): a Death Metal band from Yamachiche, Quebec, Canada.
reated in early November 1995 in Yamachiche, Quebec Morbid Pain started with guitarist and vocalist Patrick Baribeau (a.k.a. Kadath), bassist and vocalist Eric Blais, Jacques Arvisais (keyboards) and Marc Sirois (drums; who came in early February 1996). For the first three years Morbid Pain played their indie brand of death metal at local venues in Yamachiche, Louiseville, Fortierville, Sherbrooke, St-Paulin, Ste-Sophie-de-Lévrard and Montreal, Quebec, Canada; the most noted being their yearly Halloween ritual that occurred for over 8 years, organized by Joël Doucet (of Maledivine).
Morbid Pain played with New York's Suffocation at "Le Maquisart" in Trois-Rivières on March 30th 1998. On August 14th 1999, they entered the Peter Pan Studio in Montreal for a session.
Morbid Pain came out with their first CD Spirit of Evil (1999). Featuring six tracks and a running time of 30:31 it boasted a solid effort at developing mainstream death metal.
guitarist and vocalist Patrick Baribeau officially left the band on March 17th 2001, for personal reasons. Frederic Germain and Eric Thibault took over the guitar slots. Shortly after, they played with Cephalic Carnage, Neuraxis and Horfixion on July 2nd 2001 over four shows, once again at the Jean-Francois Houle organized event at "Le Maquisart" in Trois-Rivières. More recently they were featured at the Trois-Rivieres Metalfest featuring Martyr, Decayed Remains, Neuraxis, Blinded By Faith and many more on Friday November 30th 2001; and the Montreal Deathfest on August 5th 2001 that featured acts like Monstrosity, Deeds of Flesh, Pyaemia and Agony.
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In December 2004, Morbid Pain completed their recording of a split CD with Difamation, contributing a total of 4 tracks, and released it in 2005 titled À la croisée des chemins. As of the time of updating this article (2019), the act has yet to release another recording.
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