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Mordenial Premieres New Song "Daylight Is Gone"

Mordenial was formed in early 2000 before recording an initial two track demo titled "From Ashes Risen" back in 2002. It wouldn't be until '08 that Mordenial went from a project to a full band as Fiebig and Kjetil started to write material for the debut album.

Completing the lineup in 2011, Mordenial began recording in the spring of the next year. After various issues retaining a vocalist, Fiebig decided to write the lyrics and took over the front man position. Finally, debut album " Where the Angels Fall" was released in early 2015.

Now, the group's upcoming new album "The Plague" is due to drop on July 31st and features 10 songs revolving around the concept of plagues, from an ancient to a futuristic perspective.

Check out our exclusive premiere of new song "Daylight Is Gone" below, and you can also pre-order the album at Bandcamp here. More info on Mordenial is available via Facebook.

The band comments on this new track: "'Daylight Is Gone' is a song about a great battle in the dark years. The world is corrupted with kings that want to conquer the world. A great war rages for months. Dead bodies fill the shores and the war seems endless. The ones that survive gets terrible diseases spread from all the decomposed dead bodies."

1. The Plauge
2. Daylight Is Gone
3. Burning Soil
4. Salvation
5 .No Empathy
6. Save You All
7. All Has Vanished
8. Follow The Cross
9. Emotions
10. The End

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