MORTIIS Frontman Interviewed By France's LOUD TV (Video)

Loud TV conducted an interview with MORTIIS frontman and namesake when the band played in Paris, France on February 2 with COMBICHRIST. You can now watch the chat below.

MORTIIS took a break from touring while preparing its latest releases, the soon-to-emerge next album "The Great Deceiver" and "Perfectly Defect", a totally free digital download. Unveiled October 10, 2010, "Perfectly Defect" is a full-length, downloadable album available at "Perfectly Defect" is the quintessential prelude to the world of "The Great Deceiver" — while the latter is heavier and darker, the former is varied, experimental, and largely instrumental. The bottom line is that "Perfectly Defect" leads into "The Great Deceiver" acting as a crucial stage in the evolution of MORTIIS' music.

A tour with COMBICHRIST was a long time coming. Aside from MORTIIS being acquainted with COMBICHRIST's founder and Norwegian-native Andy LaPlegua, COMBICHRIST drummer Joe Letz is an extended member of the MORTIIS family. After connecting with Letz during MORTIIS' U.S. tour with the GENITORTURERSLetz's former band — the drummer got involved with MORTIIS on some of the recording of "The Great Deceiver".

"It was just a question of time until we'd go out on tour together again," Mortiis said. "Joe is still a part of this band, the way we all see it. We always have a great time when we're together and I think this is something everyone's been wanting to happen for a while now. So when the opportunity came about, we pretty much did what had to be done to make it happen."


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