MADDER MORTEM To Issue 'Deadlands' In October

Norway's MADDER MORTEM will issue their third full-length album, entitled Deadlands, on October 21st through Century Media Records.

The full track listing for the effort is as follows:

01. Enter
02. Necropol Lit
03. Omnivore
04. Rust Cleansing
05. Faceless
06. Distance Will Save Us
07. Silverspine
08. Jigsaw (The Pattern & The Puzzle)
09. Deadlands
10. Resonatine

According to an official statement from the band, Deadlands "is our most ambitious and spectacular work so far. It contains nine songs + intro and runs for approximately 57 minutes. This album should be interesting for everyone into music, because of its very diverse qualities. One thing most of the songs have in common is that they're very dark/gloomy and very heavy. But, there's also some stripped down, fragile stuff in there."


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