MORS PRINCIPIUM EST: Debut Album Reissue To Feature Bonus Cuts

Finnish melodic death/thrash metallers MORS PRINCIPIUM EST have posted the following message on their official web site:

"We have decided with Listenable Records, to re-release our first album 'Inhumanity' with completely new artwork and with three bonus songs. The release date is planned for January 2006. There will be only limited number of copies, so make sure you get yours as soon as possible. More info will follow, so stay tuned!!"

MORS PRINCIPIUM EST's sophomore album, "The Unborn", was released in March through France's Listenable Records. The CD was recorded at Tico Tico studio (SONATA ARCTICA, SENTENCED, FOR MY PAIN…, ALTARIA) in Kemi, Finland. Mastering duties were handled at Finnvox studios. The album cover was designed by Mattias Norèn.

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