MORDICHRIST: 'The Bones Behind The Flesh'

MORDICHRIST, the Swedish black metal band featuring DARK FUNERAL guitarist Chaq Mol, has issued the following update:

"We know this is unusual, that a band lets their fans listen to a song that not is finished yet. But who said that we are normal? We just want you to know what's happening in the MORDICHRIST clan and that we still working on new material. This song is far from finished, it's just guitar, vocals and a drum machine. We just show the bones behind the flesh."

Listen to the track on the band's MySpace page.

In other news, MORDICHRIST will appear in an upcoming documentary about black metal, to be released in the fall. More information will be made available soon.

MORDICHRIST recently tapped drummer Erik Sayenga (ex-DYING FETUS, WITCH-HUNT, LACERATION) to play on the band's upcoming full-length debut, due next year via Regain Records.

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