MORTIIS Reveals Cover Art For 'Some Kind Of Heroin'

Norwegian eccentric artist MORTIIS has revealed the cover artwork for the upcoming remix album, "Some Kind of Heroin", due on April 16 via Earache.

Comments the group's frontman/namesake on the design process for the sleeve: "The art is pretty symbolical again, it was created during the filming of the 'Decadent and Desperate' video by Adam Mason, he made all these really gritty looking stills that he sent me afterwards and I always loved them, and it's great to be able to use them for something in the end. It's cool to be able to use something that is already so closely tied in with the original 'The Grudge' album. It's the final step, we're leaving this space now and it's time to move on. Here it is, upwards and onwards."

The album, which will be released on both CD and a double vinyl with exclusive bonus tracks, will additionally see a first pressing CD housed in a limited-edition slipcase sleeve.

MORTIIS is currently on the road in Europe with DEATHSTARS.


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