Finnish melodic death/thrash metallers MORS PRINCIPIUM EST have completed work on their sophomore album, entitled "The Unborn", at Tico Tico studio (SONATA ARCTICA, SENTENCED, FOR MY PAIN…, ALTARIA) in Kemi, Finland. Mastering will take place at Finnvox studios in December 2004. The cover art for the album is being handled by Mattias Norèn (www.progart.com).
Commented guitarist Jori Haukio: "The overall sound of the album became really massive compared to our debut album, 'Inhumanity', and the production is very futuristic and top-notch because we had time to record a lot of extra stuff in our own studio. To mention few bands that the album might sound like, I would go with a mix of AT THE GATES, CARCASS, and EVANESCENCE for some parts. Even blast beat is heard from time to time, and Ville's vocal parts turned out to be something else, his voice has really developed to more serious deathmetal growling."
"The Unborn" track listing:
02. The Harmony Remains
03. Parasites of Paradise
04. Two Steps Away
05. Altered State of Consciousness
07. The Unborn
08. Fragile Flesh
10. The Glass Womb
"The Unborn" is scheduled for a spring 2005 release through France's Listenable Records.
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