MORDICHRIST, the Swedish black metal band featuring DARK FUNERAL guitarist Chaq Mol, have posted the following message on their official web site:"We planning to do an obscure video, our first. We are gonna take one of the songs from the forthcomming 7" EP. Video director and everything is already booked. we have not set the date for when we are gonna start. More to come." MORDICHRIST recently entered the studio to "record some new obscure music," according to a posting on the group's web site. "I can promise that you will not be disappointed," said Chaq Mol. "As always, we will keep it simple, but with a good sound." MORDICHRIST had previously issued a limited-edition (500 copies) 10-inch mini-LP via Danza Ipnotica. As previously reported, MORDICHRIST singer Nenia is going lend her diabolical voice to the German black metallers CAEDES on their new CD. No further information is currently available.
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