EXMORTEM To Enter Studio In May
Danish death metallers EXMORTEM will record the follow-up to 2002's "Pestilence Empire" in May/June at the Antfarm Studio (Aarhus, Denmark) with producer Tue Madsen. No title has been set for the album yet, but a few "working" songtitles are as follows: "Nihilistic Contentment", "Graveside Mourning Ritual" and "Parasite Paradise". According to the band, "The material will be both harder and more twisted than on previous recordings and will show new sides of the EXMORTEM sound! Shattering musical extremity!!"
In other news, EXMORTEM have been confirmed for the Aarhus Fee Metal Festival in April (along with ILLDISPOSED, RAUNCHY, MNEMIC, and HATESPHERE, among others). A U.S. tour is still being worked on. The "Pest Campaign Live" 10" vinyl will be out around March through Osmose Productions. The 10" vinyl will include three live tracks (recorded in Valencia, Spain) and a re-recorded version of "Intoxicated By Death" (from the 1995 debut album, "Labyrinths Of Horror") that was recorded during the "Pestilence Empire" recording session.
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