BLOOD MORTIZED: More 'Bestial' EP Details Revealed
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, recently completed work on a new three-song EP, entitled "Bestial". According to the group, the EP will be released on mini-CD and cassette. The cassette will be made available in a limited edition of one hundred hand-numbered copies with a "stunning" cover created by up-and-coming artist Daniel Devilish. Meanwhile, the mini-CD version of "Bestial" will feature " a crushing cover from Dutch artist Thomas Kynst." The EP will also be issued on vinyl with a bonus track.
BLOOD MORTIZED is currently working on material for its sophomore album, "The Key To A Black Heart", for a 2011 release.
The band earlier in the year parted ways with guitarist Benny Moberg "due to personal matters."
BLOOD MORTIZED's self-titled debut album was released in April 2009 through Singapore's Vrykoblast Productions.
For more information, visit www.myspace.com/bloodmortized.
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