Demonaz Occulta of IMMORTAL has posted four songs from his new project, dubbed simply DEMONAZ, on his MySpace page. The songs "Demonized", "Over the Mountains", "Under the Dying Sun" and "Perfect Visions" were recently recorded at Soundsurf studios in Bergen, Norway.
Demonaz (Vocals, Music and Lyrics)
Abbath (Bass, Backing Vocals)
Ice Dale (Guitars)
Commented Demonaz: "The forthcoming album is what I'm working with these days on the side of IMMORTAL. It's another cold dimension in my musical and lyrical world."
A full-length album will be released in 2008.
Abbath and Demonaz formed IMMORTAL in 1990. In 1998 Demonaz stopped playing live with IMMORTAL due to a hand injury, "but writing and working fully with IMMORTAL has been important for us to continue," he says.
In 2006, Abbath's project I released the album "Between Two Worlds" — featuring lyrics by Demonaz — and became a worldwide success.
2007 saw the IMMORTAL reunion with 10 concerts. The new stage lineup with Abbath, Horgh and Apollyon perfomed the first gig of this journey headlining the Inferno Festival in Norway.
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