Florida's HIBERNUS MORTIS have inked a deal with Horns Up Records. The band's debut album, The Existing Realms Of Perpetual Sorrow, will be released in the spring of 2003.
HIBERNUS MORTIS recently pressed a limited number of copies of The Existing Realms Of Perpetual Sorrow on their own. The Horns Up Records release will feature the original nine songs, as well as two brand new studio tracks, two live tracks, and a cover of SLAYER's "South Of Heaven".
Former in 1995, HIBERNUS MORTIS have become a staple of the Florida death metal scene. Having shared the stage with such notable acts as MORBID ANGEL, DEICIDE, CANNIBAL CORPSE, INCANTATION, MALEVOLENT CREATION, HATE ETERNAL, MAYHEM, IMMOLATION, MONSTROSITY, KRISIUN, ANGELCORPSE, DISMEMBER and many more, HIBERNUS MORTIS have acquired a huge and loyal following in the South Florida area, and look to expand their horizons across the world with the release of the upcoming CD.
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