Ex-MAYHEM Singer's SKITLIV: Cover Of CURRENT 93's 'Great Moloch' Posted Online

SKITLIV — the doom/noise/black metal project of former MAYHEM frontman Maniac — recently recorded a cover version of the song "Great Moloch" by the psychedelic experimental ambient project CURRENT 93. The track has now been posted on the MySpace page of CURRENT 93 founder David Tibet at this location.

As previously reported, SKITLIV has been confirmed for this year's installment of the Inferno metal festival, set to take place March 19-22, 2008 at the Rockefeller and John Dee venues in Oslo, Noway.

Maniac recently announced the addition of former SHINING drummer Wedebrand to SKITLIV's ranks. The band's lineup is completed by SHINING frontman and creator Niklas Kvarforth on guitars, Icelandic guitarist Ingvar, and sculptor and stage designer Spacebrain on bass.

Rehearsal tracks from SKITLIV, as well as the video for "Virescit Volnere Virtus", can be found on the band's MySpace page.

Watch the "Virescit Volnere Virtus" video below:

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