The undisputed inventor of dungeon synth, Mortiis is set to release “Spirit Of Rebellion” which is in fact a re-interpreted expansion and continuation of the 1994 Era I classic “Ånden som Gjorde Opprør”. “Spirit Of Rebellion” will be released on CD, vinyl and digital format and physical pre-orders will be available from Dead Seed Productions.
Says Mortiis about the release: “I had to fend off a lot of demons to get to this point. They’ll be back, they always come back, but at least my vision is no longer clouded…When I was working on re-interpreting my old music for the Cold Meat Industry festival in Stockholm almost two years ago, I had no idea that I´d eventually create an (almost) new record, nor that a section of it would be used for my first Dungeon Synth video since 1996. But here we are.”
Check out the recently released video clip for “Visions of an Ancient Future” which gives a first taster of things to come for the re-interpreted music of “Spirit Of Rebellion”.
US tour in 2020
In early 2020 Mortiis will be returning to North America for an Era I headline run, supported by avant-garde black metal hybrid T.O.M.B.. The 14-date strong US tour kicks off on 24th January at The Whiskey Junction in Minneapolis and finishes on 8th February at San Francisco’s legendary DNA Lounge. Tickets to all shows are on sale now at right here.
- 24 Jan The Whiskey Junction Minneapolis (MN)
- 25 Jan Reggies Chicago (IL)
- 26 Jan Civic Music Hall Toledo (OH)
- 27 Jan The Masquerade (Purgatory) Atlanta (GA)
- 28 Jan The Orpheum Tampa (FL)
- 30 Jan White Oak Music Hall Houston (TX)
- 31 Jan Come and Take it Live! Austin (TX)
- 01 Feb Gas Monkey Bar & Grill Dallas (TX)
- 02 Feb The Riot Room Kansas City (MO)
- 03 Feb Oriental Theater Denver (CO)
- 05 Feb Club Red Meza (AZ)
- 06 Feb Brick by brick San Diego (CA)
- 07 Feb Catch One (Underground) Los Angeles (CA)
- 08 Feb DNA Lounge San Francisco (CA)
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