|Genre (s)||Death metal , thrash metal , black metal|
|Per Yngve Ohlin (Dead) (until 1987)|
|John Hagström (Gehenna) (until 1987)|
|Marcus Klack (Klacke) (until 1986)|
|Mats Gonzales (Slator) (until 1986)|
|Sandro Cajandar (until 1986)|
|Johann Scarisbrick (1987–1988)|
|Uffe Cederlund (Napoleon Pukes) (1987–1988)|
|Lars-Göran "LG" Petrov|
Slator and Per Yngve Ohlin , called Dead, founded the band in 1985 under the name "Scapegoat". According to some band members, Slator never rehearsed with the group. After changing line-ups, a viable line-up was established in 1987 with John Hagström (guitar), TG from the punk band “The Sun” (guitar) and Jens Näsström (bass) and the band changed its name to “Morbid”. Nicke Anderson was supposed to join the band as a drummer. The band declined, however, because Anderson wore a t-shirt from the American thrash metal band Wehrmacht during the rehearsal . This was not "true" enough for the rest of the band members. Lars-Göran "LG" Petrov , one of his best friends, eventually took over the role of drums. Uffe Cederlund, another friend of Anderson and Petrov, later replaced TG, who had written much of the song material but wanted to continue to focus on his main band, The Sun.
The group worked hard to create an image that was as malicious and hostile as possible. The first demo December Moon came about on December 5th and 6th, 1987. John Hagström then left the group. Founding member Ohlin also left the group for Norway, where he joined Mayhem . Johan Scarisbrick came for Ohlin, a photographer who made contact with the then relatively unknown Sunlight Studio. The second demo Last Supper was created there under the direction of Tomas Skogsberg , but it remained quite unknown. The band then decided to quit.
The harsh and aggressive Death / Thrash Metal of Morbid served as the nucleus for the careers of Lars-Göran Petrov and Uffe Cederlund, who would later found Entombed. Per Yngve Ohlin achieved cult status as the singer of Mayhem, not least because of his suicide. In the wake of the black metal explosion in the early 1990s, calls for material from morbid became loud; Ohlin himself had also seen Morbid as a black metal band. Initially, bootleggers satisfied the need for material, the most famous bootleg is likely to be the split LP / CD A Tribute to the Black Emperors with Mayhem. Over the years some semi-official, strictly limited releases, such as the Best-of Deathexecution (1995) and the live album Live in Stockholm , were released.
The list of official publications before 2010 is based on Ekeroth (2009).
- 1987: Live from the Past (Rehearsal-Tape)
- 1987: Dark Execution (Rehearsal-Tape)
- 1987: December Moon (demo)
- 1988: Last Supper (demo)
- 1994: December Moon (LP)
- 2001: Death Execution III (7``)
- 2002: Live in Stockholm (LP)
- 2010: Ancient Morbidity (12 "-EP, supplement to the Slayer -Fanzine)
- 2011: Year of the Goat (compilation of old rehearsal recordings)
- Daniel Ekeroth: Swedish death metal . Zeltingen-Rachtig 2009. ISBN 978-3-936878-18-9 . P. 381.
- Daniel Ekeroth: Swedish Death Metal . Index Verlag, Zeltingen-Rachtig 2009, ISBN 978-3-936878-18-9 , pp. 85 (English: Swedish Death Metal . Translated by Andreas Diesel).
- Kriss-Toff Scottis: DEAD. (No longer available online.) D e PROFUNDISW eb S in, archived from the original on February 17, 2005 ; accessed on September 22, 2010 (English). Info: The archive link was inserted automatically and has not yet been checked. Please check the original and archive link according to the instructions and then remove this notice.