MORDICHRIST Featuring DARK FUNERAL Guitarist To Release New 7" Single
MORDICHRIST, the Swedish metal band featuring DARK FUNERAL guitarist Chaq Mol, vocalist Nenia and session drummer Stefan Olsson (HUMAN RAGE), have announced plans to release a new seven-inch EP via Danza Ipnotica Records. The as-yet-untitled effort is expected to include at least two new songs.
"As you all might know, I'm currently busy with DARK FUNERAL and the new DARK FUNERAL album," Mol writes on the group's web site. "But as soon as I get some time off, we'll begin working on the new MORDICHRIST seven-inch. So please have patience."
MORDICHRIST recently issued a limited-edition (500 copies) 10-inch mini-LP via Danza Ipnotica Records.
MORDICHRIST's third demo, "The Blood Rise", which was recorded at the Subsonic studio, can be downloaded from the Vitaminic.de web site. The songs available for download are "Immemorial", "Blacken Bless" and "World of Shades".
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