PROFUGUS MORTIS: New Song Featuring THE AGONIST Frontwoman Posted Online

September 29, 2008

Montreal-based sympho/black/folk/power metal band PROFUGUS MORTIS has posted a new song, "The Sword", on its MySpace page. The track, which features a guest appearance by vocalist Alissa White-Gluz from THE AGONIST, comes off PROFUGUS MORTIS' new six-song EP, "Another Round", which is due on November 25 via Prodisk.

According to a press release, "Another Round" features "the most epic and folk-inspired PROFUGUS MORTIS material to date. The new CD is expected to outsell the band's debut, '…So It Begins', which sold 2,000 copies in Canada alone."

"Another Round" track listing:

01. This Round's On Me
02. Cinder
03. In Time
04. Scarlet To Snow
05. I Demon
06. The Sword

"Another Round" will be available Canada-wide via Fusion 3/EMI.

PROFUGUS MORTIS has scheduled the following dates:

Oct. 16 - Café Chaos - Montreal, Quebec (listening party)
Oct. 18 - Cote-cour - Jonquiere, Quebec (w/ THE AGONIST)
Oct. 23 - Le Thrash - St. Hyacinthe, Quebec *
Oct. 24 - La Coudé - Rimouski, Quebec *
Oct. 25 - Place Nikitoutagan - Jonquiere, Quebec *
Oct. 28 - The Kathedral - Toronto, Ontario *
Oct. 29 - The Casbah - Hamilton, Ontario *
Oct. 30 - [to be announced] - Oshawa, Ontario *
Oct. 31 - [to be announced] - Ontario *
Nov. 01 - [to be announced] - Ontario *
Nov. 02 - La Piaule - Drummondville, Quebec *
Nov. 08 - Trois-Rivières Metalfest - Trois-Rivières, Quebec (w/ VOIVOD, KRISIUN, CRYPTOPSY)
Dec. 06 - Underworld - Montreal, Quebec (album release party)


PROFUGUS MORTIS earlier in the year parted ways with violinist Émilie Livernois.

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