You know that you've reached the craggy peak of Mount Shred when someone is willing to release a CD of just your guitar solos. And seriously, why not? Morbid Angel guitarist Trey Azagthoth's solos are unlike anyone elses, they are expressive, fluid and oh so fucking weird. Take the solo in "Angel of Disease" from the 1993 album Covenant, you know, the one that sounds like a flock of possessed seagulls descending to peck your eyes out. Or the one in "Rebel Lands" from Blessed Are The Sick that sounds like a snake charmer, you can almost see a cobra rising from a Pier One Imports basket ready to bite you in the sack. In 1999 Morbid Angel released a special limited edition bonus CD of nothing but the solos from Formulas Fatal To The Flesh, called Love of Lava. The solos take on new life here. Love of Lava is more of a collection of abstract, experimental pieces than a metal album. This is the European version with extra tracks. Love that lava.