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  • Audio CD (2 July 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Extra tracks
  • Label: EMI
  • ASIN: B000005855
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
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Format: Audio CD
You wanted to here them live, well you asked for it! Growling vocals from David Vincent (his last album as a band member) and screaming guitar work from from Azagoth, as you might expect. A good compilation of songs from the band's classic set list, notably 'Day of Suffering' and the timeless Death metal anthem 'Chapel of Ghouls'. Check it out!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Terrific! 9 Jun. 2001
By Gumbo - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This live album, recorded in London during Morbid Angel's "Domination" tour, has been something of an "unholy grail" for fans in the United States. Although released in England and Japan to critical acclaim, EIC was not promoted or advertised in the US, for reasons that obviously had more to do with distribution politics than the content or quality of the release. I was just lucky enough to stumble onto it in a local record store. As for the aforementioned quality, let's stop right there for a second. This is NOT a bootleg. The recording is remarkably clear and well-mixed. It is actually a better mix, in my opinion, than any of the studio albums that preceded it. The performances are great, too. Of note are the ways the older material has changed, particularly in Vincent's vocal delivery. The version of "Blood On My Hands" is almost hilarious in its jaw-dropping tempo and sickly smoothness through the transitions. Also worthy of special mention is "Day of Suffering", which absolutely raises the hair on the back of my neck. Whether you've just discovered Morbid Angel or have been a fan since the cradle, this is an excellent purchase. I especially recommend it because it has a great sampling of their material over the years this 'original' lineup of the band lasted. In my opinion, this is the best live album in the death-metal genre. I'm interested in reading what other people think about it. I was really surprised to be the first to post a review.
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5.0 out of 5 stars The perfect closure of a perfect era. 7 April 2005
By Pablosa - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This live album saw the end of an era in Morbid Angel. Soon after "Entangled in chaos" and their last studio album "Domination" were released, front man singer and bass player David Vincent left the band, and Morbid Angel has not been the same since. It seemed that the spark of brilliance that surrounded the band since "Altars of madness" left with him. Steve Tucker has not been able to fill in David's shoes properly. I give him credit, he gives his best, but it's not the same, and not as good as David, who has a distinctive voice and a major presence, both in studio albums and this one, and their videos, of course. But the band never displayed the same fantastic song writing in their last albums. So, it's not all Steve's fault...

Back to this album, the live songs were taken from MA's 95/96 world tour. It doesn't say a specific date of recording, so I guessed the best recordings of the tour made it here; not only one show, but the best performances. The album can be taken also as a "Greatest Hits", `cause it has the best songs, or, at least, my favourites. The releasing of "Domination", and this album extracted from the "Domination" tour, didn't mean that it should have mostly songs from this album. You have the best. Eleven songs, from all albums. And it has no fillers, opening with "Immortal rites", the first song, from their debut album, and closes with "Dominate" the most brutal song an opener of "Domination", which I consider proper choices.

What can one say about the musicians performances? Excellent. All the songs perfectly executed, proving that they don't need the studio behind to reach such brilliant song play (they never did), and one after the other. They're humans after all! =)

If I had to mention low points in this release, I'd probably say the fact that you never hear David Vincent talking to the crowd, presenting the songs or introducing the musicians. You do listen to the crowd, but not David. Another point is that they stick to the original songs too much (except for a shorter version of "Blessed are the sick", which I find suitable), and didn't leave room for improvisation. I always like to listen to something different from the studio albums: interaction, improvisation, different arrangements, etc. Maybe more photos? More songs? I don't know. But these minor details didn't change my final opinion of the album. I believe that when this album was released they were not thinking in parting ways, only in documenting live a long and meaningful tour, and didn't give to this album the symbolic value that I think it really has.

Summing up, a great live album. Excellent performances and sound, and a better track list. Highly recommended. Morbid Angel at its best; one of the most influential and respected death metal bands. Too bad David is not in the band anymore.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Don't pass this album up! 12 Jun. 1999
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This is one of the best Metal live albums this Decade. This album is composed mostly of songs from Morbid's first three albums. As always the band's performance is phenominal. It kicks from beginning to end (RELENTLESS POWER OF THE ANCIENT ONES). If you like Death Metal then you need this. This release is comparable to live albums such as Iron Maiden's Live After Death(I am Not Kidding You This Is The Real Deal) or Slayer's Decade Of Agression. Trey, Pete, Dave ,and Eric Rutan gave live performances that are stunning amazing, and very difficult to match in intensity and is a benchmark for thier utter control of chaos. They have a New singer Steve Tucker. He is more guteral than Dave with more ephasis on power than effects that were present on Dave's Vocals. I've seen this version of Morbid 3 times live and they only got better. I also saw Morbid at one of the Domination tour (Same Tour this Album was recorded from)shows and it blew me away! Just Buy IT!
4.0 out of 5 stars Good live album 8 July 2013
By A. Stutheit - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Morbid Angel's first live album plays more-or-less like a greatest hits compilation in that it is a collection of some of the band's best-known material (at the time), even though 1996 was a rather curious time to release it because the band only had four studio albums under their belt at the time. Plus, while M.A. have admitted that they had some problems while recording "Entangled In Chaos" (i.e. cymbals falling down, etc.), the listener cannot tell the difference between it and an impeccably-covered/performed set of eleven songs. (See, it has minimal crowd noise, even though this crowd of London-based concertgoers definitely seems to be into it.)

Cuts like the moving opener ("Immortal Rites"), "Sworn To The Black," and "Blessed Are The Sick" (a bludgeoning blast that clocks in at all of a mere two minutes in length) pack in enough huge, memorable, grinding riffs, thunderous rhythms, pummeling blasts, and chaotic, shredding solos to choke a horse. And later tunes, such as "Maze Of Torment," are filled with frenetic, mind-boggling drumming, whereas some others, including "Rapture," boast screaming, unorthodox, Slayer-esque guitar solos. But only the recording's best songs (i.e. "Blood On My Hands") feature both of the above attributes. And found elsewhere is "Blasphemu Of The Holy Ghost," another bludgeoning number backed by machine gun blast beats and strangulated guitar soloing; and "Lord Of All Fevers & Plague," another brutal blast whose maelstrom is dominated by brutal, staccato riff crunch and ripping solos.

Only occasionally does the band venture into the realms of slightly slower tempos, as they do for "Day Of Suffering," an involved and mid-tempo number that is highlighted by a unorthodoxly shredding, wah-tinged, and totally air-guitar-able solo. But it is immediately offset by the next track, the foundation-shaking "Chapel Of Ghouls." A possible -- and even very likely -- highpoint of the record, "Chapel" is overflowing with frenetic, thunderous drumming and buzzsaw-fast guitar leads that fly by like the wind, and is further highlighted by some acrobatic and piercing guitar solos, and even a short-but-sweet bass solo, to boot! And rounding out the set is "Dominate," which follows the lead set forth by the aforementioned "Chapel Of Ghouls" in that it, too, oozes with pounding riffage and slicing, screaming solos.

"Entangled In Chaos" holds only a individually memorable songs and/or parts that are likely to be infectious enough to stay with you for long after the record has done playing, and even fewer surprises. (The inclusion of a drum solo injected somewhere into this set would have been a welcome sight, as would have been an additional, extended guitar solo, a part where the audience finishes a song's chorus, and maybe even some crowd banter.) Regardless, "E.I.C." is a strong live album, and one that should be an integral part in every -- yes, EVERY -- Morbid Angel fan's collection.
3.0 out of 5 stars A very confusing 'best of domination tour' live album 12 Aug. 2007
By Zander Haberstaft - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
What we have here is the only Morbid Angel live album. Not only was this recorded during a transition era for the band (why didn't they record it two years earlier?), it was a time in which the band was changing their sound a little bit. "Entangled in Chaos" comes across as one of the most uninspired, least intense live albums ever from a metal band.

The opening track "Immortal Rites", the best Morbid Angel song in fact, is performed at the most sluggish pace. In fact, the only thing that is accurate about the song is Mr. Sandoval's double bass timing and stroke. Is that a flanger I hear Trey using on his guitar throughout the ENTIRE main verse? Yeah, they butchered that one. They changed the opening pace on "Lord of all Fevers and Plague" which is pretty cool because it actually makes the song more interesting as a whole. Trey makes the solos more interesting on this live album and that is probably the biggest treat of all. David Vincent's voice sucks here and I don't know why. It might have just reflected the times. His voice was awesome on "Altars" and "Blessed are the Sick" and it wasn't great on "Convenant" but it was indeed pretty awful on "Domination". Pete's drumming isn't great here, it is actually off on a lot of places but he more than makes up for it on the drum fills that he throws in at the last moment many of which differ substantially from album versions.

Maybe the biggest problem here is that Trey produced this and helped mix it down. Probably not the best idea. If you're a Morbid Angel fan you are probably going to buy this anyway, but be warned the band sounds like it is looking at the clock and is ready to exit the stage the entire time this live performance is being listened in on. It lacks the intesity of most of the album versions of the songs. Also there are some songs missing (why no "Fall from Grace"?) The best song performances are on "Lord of all Fevers and Plague", "Chapel of Ghouls", "Maze of Torment", and "Blood on my hands". Worth getting if you can get it for around $10.
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