GLORIA MORTI Hard At Work On New Material

July 14, 2008

Finnish metallers GLORIA MORTI are currently writing the follow-up to their second album "Eryx", which was released earlier this year through Stay Heavy Records in Finland and Cyclone Empire Records in the rest of Europe.

Commented drummer Jarmo Juurikka: "Ideas have been festering in our heads like fatal tumours ever since we finished recording the previous album, so we are well on our way with the writing process. All of us are itching to make this album as brutal and aggressive as possible, but we still wan't to maintain the eerines that has always been our trademark. We also want to try out a lot of new ideas when it comes to songwriting, since we really don't want to make 'a new, improved 'Eryx'' but a completely new album and a different experience to the listener."

GLORIA MORTI's as-yet-untitled third album is due in 2009.

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