PECCATUM: 'The Moribund People' Audio And Video Samples Posted Online

May 17, 2005

An audio sample of the title track from the forthcoming PECCATUM EP, "The Moribund People", has been posted online at A video sample of the same song can be viewed at this location (Windows Media).

Due July 12 via The End Records, PECCATUM's second EP and fifth overall release offers three new recordings: "The Moribund People", "A Penny's Worth of Heart", and a unique cover of BATHORY's "For All Those Who Died". Showcasing the eerie and bizarre elements that populated previous full-length "Lost In Reverie", PECCATUM bravely continues to tread fresh ground with every new song — a treasure for those demanding high-end symphonic avantgarde darkrock. "The Moribund People" also offers a video clip of the title track, a first for this special duo (which includes Ihsahn, formerly of the legendary EMPEROR).

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