GLORIA MORTI To Enter Studio In October
Finnish black metallers GLORIA MORTI have issued the following update:
"After long and painful writing process, GLORIA MORTI have finally set the dates for the recording of their second album. The recording is scheduled to begin at the early October and the album should be ready for release in the spring of 2007. Further info regarding the tracklist, album title and publisher will be posted shortly here at GloriaMorti.com. Also, the second track from the promotional CD has been added to the 'Downloads' section. Everyone who isn't dead or otherwise handicapped would do very well to download the track and proceed with intense headbanging immediately."
GLORIA MORTI's debut album, "Lifestream Corrosion", was released in 2004 through Firebox Records in Scandinavia and World Chaos Productions in Japan. The CD was mixed at Sonic Pump studios in Helsinki and was mastered at Finnvox studios.
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