EMPEROR: Exclusive Remix Posted Online

Legendary Norwegian black metallers EMPEROR have posted an exclusive track on their official MySpace page. "I Am The Black Wizards (Emperor Inhale Blacksmoke)" was remixed (with additional production) by The Blacksmoke Organisation, which is described as "an occasional art collective and musical group dedicated to the propagation of audio visual noise."

The Blacksmoke Organisation was founded by THE KLF co-founder Jimmy Cauty and James Fogarty, a 24-year-old heavy metal musician.

In related news, EMPEROR/ZYKLON guitarist Samoth has launched an official MySpace page.

As previously reported, Samoth (real name: Tomas Haugen) and his Canadian wife Erin welcomed their first child on April 23.

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Samoth and Erin were married on February 15, 2005 in a small ceremony in Norway.

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