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Mortician Announces Details Of New Self Titled LP

Austrian traditional metal band Mortician announced that it will release its debut album "Mortician" on November 25, 2011 through Pure Underground Records. The band was originally created in 1983, but split up in 1990 after issuing a couple of demos and EP "No War." Guitarist Thomas "Tommy Lee" Metzler and vocalist Daniel Khan went on to form the power metal band Art Of Fear, who subsequently split in 2009 only to resurrect Mortician.

The track listing for "Mortician" is:

1. Change Your Behavior
2. Prepare For Death
3. Reflection Of Your Soul
4. Mortician
5. Metal Worship
6. Dead Beauty
7. No Light
8. Speed ??Addict
9. Street Warrior (Live)
10. No War (Live)
11. Sacrifice Of Sin (Live)

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1. Persecution Mike writes:

When will the REAL Mortician re-unite ??? (NYDM)

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2. Greyback writes:

Good. Always wanted to see a release from these guys.

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3. sonictherapy writes:

@Mike: Mortician are still together and play shows in NY state all the time. They haven't put out an album in seven years, though.

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4. BrianMN writes:

I agree with Mike, there is only one Mortician......Zombie Apocalypse, Mortician.
This is just as bad as the band Suffocate........we already have Suffocation.
People my call me a hypocrite for not pointing out Amon since we have Amon Amarth but consider Amon was around in 1988 long before Amarth I think they have a right to use the name.

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