EXMORTEM, which is said to be "probably Denmark’s oldest and most loyal death metal band," has inked a two-album deal with Mighty Music. According to a press release, "after a two year period searching for their roots, EXMORTEM are now back and ready to record their sixth full-length album. The new material is nothing short of unique in its own dark and morbid way. The material will include almost CELTIC FROST/ENTOMBED-like slow songs, more mid-paced 'Blessed Are The Sick'-sounding [MORBID ANGEL] tracks, and not to forget a bunch of fast and extreme tunes to spice up the symphony."

Songtitles set to appear on EXMORTEM's upcoming CD include "Totalitarian Gasmask Tragedy", "Slow Death Regimes", "A View To A Death In The Morning" and "Black Opium". An early summer 2008 release is expected.

EXMORTEM 2007 lineup:

Martin Thim: Guitar
Simon Petersen: Vocals
Andreas Schubert: Guitar
Kim Nielsen: Bass
Morten Siersbæk: Drums

For more information, visit www.myspace.com/exmortem.


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