MORTIIS: New Single Posted Online

An edited version of the new MORTIIS single, "The Grudge", has been posted online at this location.

"The Grudge" single is scheduled for release on August 9 through Earache Records. An album of the same name will follow in September.

"The Grudge" single will contain the following tracks:
01. The Grudge (Single Edit)
02. The Grudge (Despectus)
03. Decadent & Desperate (Flickin' The Bitch Switch Mix)

There will also be a vinyl 7" version, released in the U.K. on August 16 and in stores for one week before being deleted. A video for "The Grudge" will be filmed later this month.

7" vinyl track listing:

A. The Grudge (Single Edit)
AA. Decadent and Desperate

MORTIIS will embark on "The Unlimited Grudge" European tour with SUSPERIA beginning on September 15 in Cardiff, U.K.

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