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Biomortal Covers Berlin's "Take My Breath Away," Posts EP For Free Download

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U.K. progressive/industrial metal act Biomortal has posted a new video, which heavily features cats, for the band's cover version of Berlin's classic "Take My Breath Away."

This also coincides with the release of the five track "Breathe EP," which can be downloaded for free from the band's site. It features the song "Take My Breath Away," as well as four other songs.

"Take My Breath Away isn't on Genesynthesis (forthcoming Biomortal album) so we thought we'd give it away for free with some new versions of old songs in better quality for you to listen to and enjoy (or be violently sick)," commented Paul, the guitarist, synth player and backing vocalist. "This is not meant to be a major release from us, merely some stuff we thought the fans might like to hear," he continues.

"We're very nearly finished our new album, Genesynthesis, we just have to record one more song, which will be the last song on the album." states Robert the main vocalist. "The album will be over an hour long and we're hoping it weighs in at around an hour and a half but it depends on this last song which is going to be pretty epic."

You can also check out the band's previous music video for the song "Letter" off of the forthcoming album "Genesynthesis," directed by Daniel Brand of Neskin Industries.

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