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Morta Skuld 'Dying Remains' CD

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Morta Skuld brought a refreshing blend of heavy and brutal Death and Doom along with more atmospheric and melodic elements. An antidote to the straight forward high-octane Death Metal releases prevalent in the US scene at the time, this was an element which helped to distinguish the band from many of its peers. 
 
This edition of 'Dying Remains', arriving 20 years after initial release, has been fully remastered with the process overseen by the band, & the expanded booklet features additional content including rare/previously unseen photos. 
 
Tracklisting:
 
1. Lifeless (Instrumental) 
2. Without Sin   
3. Devoured Fears  
4. Dying Remains  
5. Useless To Mankind 
6. Rotting Ways  
7. Withering Seclusion   
8. Hatred Creation  
9. Scarred 
10. Consuming Existence 
11. Presumed Dead 

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