Vocalist Mordechai Von Renvaktar (a.k.a. Jonas Renvaktar) has announced his departure from the Swedish technical death metal outfit SPAWN OF POSSESSION. He explains, "I have been forced to leave my duties in SPAWN OF POSSESSION to fully concentrate on the ongoing war against the sun-worshippers and to intensify my fight for eternal winter together with my brothers in ISTAPP. The war is expanding and I'm needed for the battle same as you. Our horde grows stronger by the minute and you all have to choose side. You are with us or you are not at all."

SPAWN OF POSSESSION recently posted a two-minute pre-production teaser of a new song at this location.

SPAWN OF POSSESSION's sophomore album, "Noctambulant", was released in 2006 via Neurotic Records. The CD was recorded at Pama Studios in Kristianopel, Sweden with producer Magnus Sedenberg.


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