EXMORTEM Add Session Bassist

Danish death metallers EXMORTEM have announced the addition of session bassist Rune Koldby (SPECTRAL MORTUARY) to the group's ranks. The band's current lineup is as follows:

Martin "Sigtyr" Thim (guitar)
Andreas Schubert (guitar)
Rune Koldby (bass)
Simon Petersen (vocals)
Morten Siersbaek (drums)

EXMORTEM's latest album, "Nihilistic Contentment", was released in January via Earache/Wicked World Records. The CD was recorded over a four-week period at Antfarm Studio in Aarhus, Denmark with producer Tue Madsen (THE HAUNTED, HATESPHERE, MNEMIC).

EXMORTEM were previously signed to France's Osmose Productions and Holland's Hammerheart Records.

Upcoming EXMORTEM shows:

Aug. 13 - DEN - Aalborg - 1000Fryd
Aug. 19 - FIN - Oulu - Jalometalli Festival
Aug. 27 - DEN - Roskilde - Gimle
Sep. 03 - DEN - Herning - Imperiet
Sep. 08 - NETH - Leewarden - Loppe
Sep. 09 - NETH - Tilburg - Little Devil
Sep. 10 - NETH - Hengelo - Metropool
Sep. 11 - NETH - Nijmegen - Staddijk


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