Reactivated MALFEITOR Releases New Song

Reactivated Swedish death metallers MALFEITOR have issued the following update:

"17 years of waiting is finally over!

"MALFEITOR are finally working on new material for release during 2011!

"Check out the new track 'Scenes From A Slaughterhouse' [using the audio player below]!

"After MALFEITOR split in 1994, [Benny] Moberg and [Mattias] Parkkila recently started BLOOD MORTIZED as an old-school Swedish death metal band, to recapture a small shade of Tomas Skogsberg's famous Sunlight sound.

"In 2010, Moberg decided to leave the band and focus on the resuscitation of MALFEITOR! What we now will hear is a more intense, faster and brutal MALFEITOR, which influences mainly come from big acts as IMMOLATION and DEICIDE, but the music retains the Swedish influences, it is possible to discern a lot OSSDM in the material.

"MALFEITOR currently looking for labels who are interested in releasing the new material, otherwise the material will be released without a label!"

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