Norway's MADDER MORTEM have posted the following message on their official web site:
"To all of you whose waiting for our new album, we can tell you that things are happening and it's on its way. We're still not sure about when it'll be released, but within summer/fall sometime it will be out in the stores.
"The album was actually finished in September last year, so we're just as impatient as you guys to get it released! The reason why it's taking so long is because of paperwork and contracts being negotiated. That's all we can say for now. But it won't be long until you'll have lots of good news to read here!"
As previously reported, MADDER MORTEM recorded their new album 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 CD, which is being described as "pretty creepy and dark," with "more experimental and crazy ideas" than its predecessor. Songtitles set to appear on the album include "My Name Is Silence", "Evasions", "Plague On This Land", "M For Malice", "Changeling", "Hypnos" and "Hangman".
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