With the release of their sophomore full-length album set for March, Norwegian Black Metallers ENDEZZMA will release a limited edition 7″ EP on the 24th February. Aside from showcasing a track from the new album, the B Side of the EP features the exclusive track “Black Tempest”, which is the last song written by URGEHAL frontman Trondr Nefas before his death. Drums on the track are performed by BEASTCRAFT bassist and former TSJUDER drummer Desecrator .
Titled “Morbus Divina”, the EP was recorded at the Gravlund Studio , with mastering duties performed by Tore Stjerna at the Necromorbus Studio (WATAIN, REPUGNANT, TRIBULATION, etc). Artwork on the two-track EP is by Remember The Fallen Artworks. Track listing on “Morbus Divina” as follows:
“Morbus Divina” will be released on Pulverised Records in a limited edition of 500 copies world-wide, with 100 on transparent yellow vinyl and 100 on transparent red vinyl. The remaining 300 copies will be on standard black vinyl.
The title track of “Morbus Divina” can be heard at http://pulverised.bandcamp.com/album/morbus-divina
Formed in 2006 by Morten Shax and the late Trondr Nefas (URGEHAL, BEASTCRAFT, VULTURE LORD), ENDEZMMA merges the icy aggression of Old School Black Metal with a distinctive sound all of its own, to create what the band describe as “Nekro Requiems”. Aside from Shax on vocals, today’s lineup includes Malphas (BEASTCRAFT,CARPATHIAN FOREST,SVARTTJERN)on Lead Guitar, Nihil on Rythm Guitar, Skriu (ex live BLOOD RED THRONE) on Drums and Aske (BYRDI) on Bass.
ENDEZZMA’s debut full-length album “Erotikk Nekrosis” was released in 2012, the year that also marked the death of Trondr Nefas, so it is fitting that the new EP serves as a tribute to the now legendary musician ahead of what will be the band’s sophomore full-length “The Arcane Abyss”, which will hit the streets at the end of March on Pulverised Records.
More information about ENDEZZMA can be found on the band’s Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/endezzma
The Official video for “Junkyard Oblivion”, from ENDEZZMA’s debut full-length album “Erotikk Nekrosis” can be seen here: