MADDER MORTEM Announce New Lineup

Norway's MADDER MORTEM have announced the addition of guitarist Odd Eivind Ebbesen and bassist Tormod Langøien Moseng to the group's ranks.

"Odd has been and still is the MADDER webmaster and was also a member of MYSTERY TRIBE, the predecessor to MADDER MORTEM," the band write on their web site. "He has also helped us out live on a couple of occasions and played in another band with BP and our former bassist Paul.

"Tormod has also played with MADDER MORTEM before at the release party for MISTY SLEEP and one time at Elverum. He has also played with Mads and BP in a band for a couple of years."

MADDER MORTEM, whose last album, "Deadlands", was released in Europe in October 2002 through Century Media Records, are currently working on the material for their next effort, tentatively due in mid-2004.

Upcoming MADDER MORTEM shows:

Oct. 03 – Kristiansand, NOR @ Markens
Oct. 11 – Oslo, NOR @ John Dee (w/ RUNEMAGICK)
Nov. 07 – Sandnes. NOR @ Tribute


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