BLOOD MORTIZED To Release 'The Demon, The Angel, The Disease'

BLOOD MORTIZED To Release 'The Demon, The Angel, The Disease'

"The Demon, The Angel, The Disease", the new album from Swedish death metal bastards BLOOD MORTIZED, will be unleashed from the graveyard November 29 on CD and digital formats. The album features 12 brand new tracks full of classic Swedish death metal riffs, epic guitar solos, guttural voice and horrifying scenes of blood and gore. The effort was mixed and mastered by Linus Nirbrant (A CANOROUS QUINTET, AMON AMARTH) at Audiogrind studios.

"The Demon, The Angel, The Disease", which features artwork by Benny Moberg, represents the bloody and sick visions of BLOOD MORTIZED music.

The first limited edition comes in cardboard digiwallet 5" with exclusive artwork and strictly limited to 300 copies worldwide.

The track listing is as follows:

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01. Bastard
02. In The Black Flames Of Desolation
03. My Soul, Your Flesh
04. I Am The Dead
05. Master Of Pain
06. Dysphoria Dystopia
07. Blessed Are The Dead
08. Blooddrenched Stones
09. Noiseterror 08
10. The Barbarian Lust
11. The Demon, The Angel, The Disease
12. I Leave With Hate

The video for the song "Bastard" can be seen below.

BLOOD MORTIZED was founded by vocalist Mattias Parkkila and guitar player Benny Moberg in Stockholm, Sweden in late 2007. The music is constructed and de-constructed by veterans of the Swedish old-school death metal scene.


Anders Biazzi - Guitar
Gustav Myrin - Guitar
Brynjar Helgetun - Drums
Mattias Parkkila - Vocals


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