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MORTIIS - Announces Remix Album And UK Tour With Pig

On the heels of last year’s long-awaited The Great Deceiver album, Norways industrial/electro act Mortiis announces new remix album entitled The Great Corrupter which will be released on 1st April. The Great Corrupter begins with tracks from the previous album, deconstructed and masterfully “corrupted” by Chris Vrenna, Rhys Fulber, Die Krupps, John Fryer, Godflesh, Merzbow, Apoptygma Berzerk, In Slaughter Natives, Raison d´Etre, Je$us Loves Amerika, Pig, and many more. The record will also contain unreleased material from the original recording sessions.
Mortiis commented: “The tracks on this album are very broad,they range from retro sounding, heavy industrial to very deep ambient type music to electronic/industrial club type shuff.” True to tradition, Mortiis will release a free download single on 23rd January, a ferocious remix by German industrial legends Die Krupps, as a taste of things to come. The single will also feature a non-album remix by club heroes Leæther Strip.
In other news, ahead of the release of the forthcoming The Great Corrupter remix album in late April, the band will be embarking on a 9 date strong UK co-headline run this March with Pig aka industrial pioneer Raymond Watts. The tour kicks off at Nottingham's Rescue Rooms on 10th March and finishes at London's legendary Garage venue on 18th March.
The band comments: "We always have a great time in the UK, so being able to go out on tour there again, and with old heroes Pig no less, makes it even more exciting! What makes this tour even more special, to me personally anyway, is the fact that we just remixed each other. Pig are on our upcoming remix album The Great Corrupter so it´s a double whammy!" Link

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