Methuselah

by Mortiis

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khyzer An outstanding song,how on earth did this track not get on the finished album, I can't stop listening to it,
The Smell of Rain deserves a reissue with this track added,it's my favourite Mortiis LP
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  • Record/Vinyl + Digital Album

    Please note this is a pre-order, we aim to ship by June 25th.

    Methuselah is an Unreleased demo recording from the early "The Smell of Rain" sessions. This song was never used on the album, and remained forgotten, on a cassette tape, in Mortiis´ attic for almost 19 years until it was rediscovered by accident, and now released as a "archeologically interesting" shaped picture 7" by the legendary Italian label Night of the Vinyl Dead.

    This shaped picture 7" comes with a double printed backing card and plastic sleeve.

    Note: This is a vinyl only release, so there will be no download with this order.

    Includes unlimited streaming of Methuselah via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
    shipping out on or around June 25, 2019
    Purchasable with gift card

      €16 EUR

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Unreleased demo recording from the early "The Smell of Rain" sessions. This song was never used on the album, and remained forgotten, on a cassette tape, in Mortiis´ attic for almost 19 years until it was rediscovered by accident, and now released as a "archeologically interesting" shaped picture 7" by the legendary Italian label Night of the Vinyl Dead.

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released June 15, 2019

All music and lyrics by Mortiis.
All Rights Reserved Omnipresence Productions (c) & (p) 2000/2019.
Photography by Sebastian Ludvigsen

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Mortiis Oslo, Norway

Joined Emperor 1991.
Fired from Emperor on grounds of a "bad attitude" late 1992.
Formed Mortiis the next day.
Planned recordings in Transylvania 1993.
That did not happen.
Released several solo albums in the 90´ies & weirding out the music industry with his prosthetic mask.
Oh those yonder days of media hypocrisy.
Became band.
Broke away from industry shackles and remains free.
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