Their second album, The Magic Spell of Mother's Wrath (1972) saw the departure of Taylor and Spencer was credited as a guest artist. The bulk of the writing on the second album was mostly handled by both Delman and Mansfield (where Cuomo wrote much of the first album) resulting in a more accessible sound, however Cuomo's "Rit Yellow of the Sun" (originally recorded by Spoils of War in 1968) serves as this album's centerpiece.
Mormos disbanded in early 1973 with Delman, Mansfield and Williams joining the Chicago based Sky Farmer which remained active until 1975. Cuomo continued to record throughout the 1970's, occasionally with Sandy Spencer, Daniel Hanks, Clive Griffiths and various European session musicians. These recordings were released in the 1990's, retroactively crediting them to the Spoils of War. Cuomo later became involved in computer based music and still records and performs and currently resides in Australia. In recent years Mormos has been known to reform and perform one off concerts in the Chicago and Champaign/Urbana area with the core band of Mansfield, Delman, Cuomo and Williams.