It's been two years since the release of "Beyond The Fall Of Time", the sophomore album from Southern California's EXMORTUS, but the activity level has remained high throughout with the band continually playing shows. However, the wait for new material is finally coming to an end.
EXMORTUS has just entered Castle Ultimate Studios in Oakland to begin recording its third album with producer Zack Ohren (SUFFOCATION, DECREPIT BIRTH, WARBRINGER).
"We're very excited to start 2013 by recording a new album and getting the opportunity to work alongside Zack Ohren," states EXMORTUS drummer Mario Mortus. "His resume is outstanding and we can't think of anyone better to help put out the best EXMORTUS album possible. We put a lot of work into writing songs that any metalhead would love, they're fast, heavy and full of shred! This album is going to cave your skull in!"
He added: "We're also hitting the road with our good friends WITCHAVEN for a tour that will begin mid-March for three weeks and cover the West Coast.
"It's been awhile since we've done a series of shows that's lasted longer than a week, but we've never been more ready!"
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