EXMORTEM To Release EP, 7" Single

Danish death metallers EXMORTEM have several releases planned for the coming months. Among the items scheduled for release through Osmose Productions is the "Pest Campaign 2003" CD/EP featuring three profesionally recorded live tracks (recorded in Valencia, Spain during our European tour in April 2003), plus a re-recorded version of "Intoxicated By Death" from the "Labyrinths Of Horror" album (1995). Also planned for release is the "Killstorms" 7" single (Ancient Darkness Productions), featuring the unreleased title cut from 1998 that has been re-arranged with new lyrics backed with a cover of AUTOPSY's "Critical Madness".

EXMORTEM, who are currently working on their first video, plan to enter the studio in February/March to record their next album, tentatively due next summer through Osmose Productions.


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