Finnish black metallers GLORIA MORTI have posted the following message on their official web site:"First and foremost, we are sorry for the lack of updates on the site, but we have been busy working on the material for the second GLORIA MORTI album as well as promotion etc. It is true that we had nearly finished the writing process, but felt that there is so much more we could offer with this record, so we scrapped most of the material and started nearly from scratch. But rest assured: it was all worth it! So all MORTI-maniacs, patience will be rewarded." A brand-new GLORIA MORTI demo track, "Phoenix Caged In Flesh", taken from the group's two-song promotional CD (recorded this past spring) can be downloaded at this location (MP3, 6.1 MB). GLORIA MORTI's debut album, "Lifestream Corrosion", was released last year through Firebox Records in Scandinavia and World Chaos Productions in Japan. The CD was mixed at Sonic Pump studios in Helsinki and was mastered at Finnvox studios.
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