Recording information: Recorded at Fantasy Studios & Mobius Music. Mixed at Different Fur Recording. Mastered at the Hit Factory. Identifiers: Barcode: Mordred was founded in in San Francisco, USA. Initially part of the San Francisco thrash fraternity of the eighties, Mordred starting making a name for themselves by incorporating funk influences to their sound, which back then was quite a novelty. 's In This Life is Mordred's second album. While the sound quality isn't the greatest, it displays an amazing combination of 's funk with thrash metal that no one else has improved upon since.5/5(3).
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