MADDER MORTEM Announce Release Date For 'Desiderata'

Peaceville Records has set a March 27 European release date for the new album from Norway's MADDER MORTEM, entitled "Desiderata". The CD will be accompanied by a video for the album's opening track, "My Name Is Silence".

MADDER MORTEM recorded "Desiderata" at Studio Fredman in Gothenburg, Sweden and at Space Valley Studios. Mastering duties were handled at Strype Audio in Oslo. 12 songs were reportedly recorded for the follow-up to 2002's "Deadlands", which is being described as "pretty creepy and dark," with "more experimental and crazy ideas" than its predecessor. Other songtitles set to appear on the album include "Evasions", "Plague On This Land", "M For Malice", "Changeling", "Hypnos" and "Hangman".

MADDER MORTEM will hold a release party for "Desiderata" on Friday, March 31 at John Dee in Oslo. Support at the gig will come from DR. FEEDBACK, who will be performing acoustic versions of MADDER MORTEM classics.

MADDER MORTEM were previously signed to Century Media Records.


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