|Birth name||David Justin Vincent|
|Also known as||Evil D|
|Born||April 22, 1965|
|Origin||Charlotte, North Carolina, U.S.|
David Justin Vincent (born April 22, 1965), also known as Evil D, is an American musician who is best known as the former lead vocalist and bassist for the death metal band Morbid Angel, as well as the bassist for Terrorizer and Genitorturers.
He left Morbid Angel in 1996 to join his then-wife's industrial metal band Genitorturers. Vincent's first contribution to the band was backing vocals on the song, "House of Shame", from their major label debut 120 Days of Genitorture. Vincent rejoined Morbid Angel in 2004, and resigned in 2015. He currently performs in I Am Morbid, featuring former drummer Tim Yeung and guitarist Bill Hudson, The Head Cat and death metal supergroup VLTIMAS, alongside Flo Mounier of Cryptopsy and Rune "Blasphemer" Eriksen, formerly of Mayhem (both musicians also collaborated with Steve Tucker before, David Vincent's predecessor and successor in Morbid Angel).
Vincent contributed lead vocals on the opening song, "Blood Fire War Hate", on Soulfly's 2008 album Conquer. In 2015, he collaborated with Mexican metal band Nuclear Chaos, providing lead vocals and appearing in the music video of their single "Suffocate". As of 2016, Vincent has also been performing outlaw country music and released a single, "Drinkin' With The Devil" which he performed live at SXSW in March 2017 in Austin, Texas.
Vincent relocated from Tampa, Florida, in June 2014 to Austin, Texas, where he resides with his wife, Suzanne Penley.
Vincent's biography, I Am Morbid: Ten Lessons Learned from Extreme Metal, Outlaw Country, and the Power of Self-Determination, written with Joel McIver, was published by Jawbone Press in February 2020. The foreword to the book was written by astronomer Matt Taylor.
- Abominations of Desolation (1986) (producer)
- Altars of Madness (1989)
- Blessed are the Sick (1991)
- Covenant (1993)
- Covenant: Laibach Remixes (1994)
- Domination (1995)
- Entangled in Chaos (1996)
- Illud Divinum Insanus (2011)
- Illud Divinum Insanus: The Remixes (2012)
- Juvenilia (2015)
- The Best of Morbid Angel (2016)
- 120 Days of Genitorture (1993)
- Sin City (1998)
- Machine Love (2000)
- Flesh is the Law (2002)
- Blackheart Revolution (2009)
- World Downfall (1989)
- Hordes of Zombies (2012)
- Something Wicked Marches In (2019)
- Karl Sanders - Saurian Meditation - Narration on "The Forbidden Path Across the Chasm of Self Realization" (2004)
- Soulfly – Conquer – Vocals on "Blood Fire War Hate" (2008)
- Nuclear Chaos – Ruins of the Future – Vocals on "Suffocate" (2015)
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- "Former MORBID ANGEL Members DAVID VINCENT And TIM YEUNG Reunite In I AM MORBID". Blabbermouth.net. December 15, 2016. Retrieved December 15, 2016.
- "Former MORBID ANGEL Frontman DAVID VINCENT Replaces LEMMY In HEADCAT". Blabbermouth.net. May 6, 2017. Retrieved May 6, 2017.
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- "Former MORBID ANGEL Frontman DAVID VINCENT Is Back With Original Country Song 'Buyer Beware' (Video)". Blabbermouth.net. January 27, 2015. Retrieved February 28, 2016.
- "David Vincent and Joel McIver Talk 'I Am Morbid' Biography". decibelmagazine.com. February 20, 2020. Retrieved July 2, 2021.
- "Former MORBID ANGEL Frontman DAVID VINCENT To Release 'I Am Morbid' Autobiography In February". Blabbermouth.net. November 18, 2019. Retrieved July 2, 2021.