SKITLIV: New Rehearsal Recording Posted Online

SKITLIV, the new band led by former MAYHEM frontman Maniac, is in the studio for the next few weeks finishing up the recordings for its debut full-length album, "Glem Aldri Korset". SHINING's Niklas "Kvarforth" Olsson, who plays guitar for SKITLIV, has already finished laying down most of his tracks, and it is anticipated that the album will be completed by mid-January.

The CD's projected track listing:

01. Slow Pain Coming
02. Hollow Devotion
03. Sinners of Forgiveness
04. A Valley Below
05. Virescit Volnere Virtus
06. Densetsu
07. ScumDrug

While the recording for SKITLIV is going on, Maniac will also be recording the debut album from his other project SEHNSUCHT, which he formed with his fiancée Vivian Slaughter of GALLHAMMER and SKITLIV guitarist Ingvar.

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A rehearsal version of the track "Densetsu" has been uploaded and can be heard on SKITLIV's MySpace page. Also available is the track "Hollow Devotion" featuring GORGOROTH's Gaahl.


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