Morphyl Hate reviews
Germany, Switzerland &
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Music Magazine Reviews of
Morphyl Hate by
Philipp Gottfried Journalist
Morphyl hate was created in September 1991, Paris by Jerome Dufosse Marley formerly known as Jerome Dehedin.
From 1991 to 1996 Morphyl Hate were :
Christophe Ragot – Lead Guitar
Franck Bernhardt – Bass Guitar
Jerome Dehedin – Drums
In the beginning, the aim was to be original with the music and with standard of muscianship. Because of the strong objectives of the band they were heavily committed to rehearsals and practices together three times per week-over 500 times, ensuring that the band were also viewed as both serious and very professional.
In May 1993, Morphyl hate released their first CD demo containing 6 tracks-these were recorded live and unmixed (Actual CD, remastered in 2012) This CD was a momentous occasion as it was the first time experience in a recording Studio for every band member-it proved that the hard work and dedication had been productive and worth while.
In September 1993, Morphyl hate released a promotional tape with three tracks – these received air time on French radio and were again sent to Record Companies throughout the world, along to music magazines and French Newspapers
In 1994, Morphyl Hate released a track which then appeared on an International Compilation CD-“Appointment with Fear vol 3”, Cyber Music Holland P.O.Box 2 7050 AA Varsseveld Holland 18 Countries.The song was particularly well received in Switzerland, Belgium and France. The write-ups in French and Switzerland magazines were very positive
Finally on the 19th of February 1995 Morphyl Hate were recommended by S.D.G Warhead Productions to perform live as a special guest alongside with Atrocity (Germany) and Crematory (Germany) during their European tour show in Paris