Norway's legendary eccentric artist Mortiis recently completed a remix for industrial metal band I:SCINTILLA. No release information has yet been made available on the remixed track, which has been dubbed "Havestar (La Malediction Mix)".

Mortiis had previously completed remixes for such artists as DEATHSTARS, TECHNOPHOBIA, GIRLS UNDER GLASS and DOPE STARS INC.

As previously reported, Mortiis has parted ways with Earache Records and is currently seeking a new label home. In an interview with Blastwave webzine, Mortiis said of his label situation, "Right now, I'm between labels and making demos for new songs. There's some really cool stuff that [we played on the recent U.K. tour]. I'm too old to sign another crappy deal. I'm just gonna step back and see what happens. I've also been talking to one director about doing some soundtrack work."


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