BLOOD MORTIZED: 'Bestial' EP Samples Available

Audio samples of "Bestial", the new three-song EP from BLOOD MORTIZED — the Swedish death metal band featuring former AMON AMARTH guitarist Anders Hansson (who played on AMON AMARTH's first two albums, 1996's "Sorrow Throughout The Nine Worlds" and 1998's "Once Sent From The Golden Hall") and CRYPT OF KERBEROS drummer Mattias Borgh — can be streamed in the MySpace clip below.

Sweden's Nocturnal Blood Records will release "Bestial" on cassette, limited to 100 hand-numbered copies with full-color art by Daniel Devilish.

BLOOD MORTIZED has completed writing material for its second album "The Key To A Black Heart", which it plans on recording later this year.

The band last year parted ways with guitarist Benny Moberg "due to personal matters."

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BLOOD MORTIZED's self-titled debut album was released in April 2009 through Singapore's Vrykoblast Productions.

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