Estonian fierce pagan metallers URT have uploaded three songs from their upcoming studio album, "Ex Mortuis - Saatanhark III". Two tracks — "Kristallistunutt" and "Homo Homini Lupus Est?" — are avalable for streaming on band's MySpace page and a third cut, "Tütarlaps Kloaagis", (RUJA cover) has been posted on YouTube (see clip below)"Ex Mortuis - Saatanhark III" will be released in July via Arhailised Helid. URT (the South-Estonian Setu language word for "Soul of Death") was formed in 2004 and has thus far released one demo, three full-length albums and a split. The group's music is described as "a mix of agressive black and death metal with lots of atmospheric, pagan and epic passages. Lyrics (mostly in Finnish-Ugri Estonian language) are philosophical and paganic (inspired by myths of 'Põhjala'), like mantras of becoming oneself a man with forces of Nature (Hell)."
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