Due to the success of „Bloodstream“ many concerts were played in that period of time and until 2001. „Lord Ashtaroth“ from Belgium joined in to perform bass in Mor Dagor. In December 2001 the first album „Human Execution“ with 11 tracks was produced, trusting the CKB Studio once again.
Because of his abilities as a drummer „Torturer“ caught the attention of Austria’s Belphegor who also hired him as a drummer. In 2003 Mor Dagor went on a self organized European tour with Asmodeus (AT) and Cirith Gorgor (NL) while furthermore working on the following album after „Human Execution“.
„Lord Ashtaroth“ and Mor Dagor deceided to split their ways in early 2004. Twilight Distribution got interested in Mor Dagor so a cooperation deal could be signed which resulted in a re-release of „Human Execution“ as well as the release of their second album „Necropedophilia“ in 2004.
In 2005 Ketzer Records released a split-EP of Mor Dagor and „Cirith Gorgor“.
„Nihilist“ (bass) acceded to Mor Dagor but unfortunatly „Beast“ left the band, because he wasn’t able to spent time on rehearsals and shows.
In 2006 Mor Dagor gathered a new line up: „Tyr“ (vocals) and „Impaler“ (guitars) joined the band and Mor Dagor started to concentrate on working on new material for the third album. „Mk. IV“ was recorded as well as produced from December 2008 until January 2009 at Andy Classen’s Stage One Studio and was released on the 17th of July 2009 through „Articaz Records“.
During the recordings guitarist „Pestilence“ left the band. Mor Dagor had to find a new guitar player. After nearly one year of retrieval and auditions „Lykanthrop“ joined in early 2010.
With the new band line-up Mor Dagor was hitting the stages again in 2010.