MORTÖR Release “Burn Up The Dead” Lyric Video

April 19, 2017, 6 years ago

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MORTÖR Release “Burn Up The Dead” Lyric Video

Canada's Mortör have released a lyric video for “Burn Up The Dead”, the title track of their new album, due for release this Friday, April 22nd via CDN Records. Watch the new clip below.

After launching two pulverizing albums back to back, Metal Ride in 2010 and Shoot ‘Em Up in 2012, the war metal household that is Mortör fell back to recharge its line up and compose their third album. In 2016, the band resurfaced, more vicious than ever, with a new secret weapon ready to be dropped upon the face of the world, entitled Burn Up The Dead.

Burn Up The Dead follows in the tank tracks laid by previous Mortör albums, utilizing similar firepower and tongue-in-cheek themes, yet, at the same time, advances considerably on all fronts. Buzzwords such as 'dynamic' and 'organic' fit easily alongside the proven descriptors, such as 'catchy-as-all-fuck' and 'head-crushing brutality'.

Burn Up The Dead pre-orders can be made here.

Cover artwork below created by Daniel Beaudin, Septral Illustrations.


“Pleasure Of Hate”
“Cross The Line”
“Burn Up The Dead”
“A Place In Hell”
“Hail Guns”
“The Executioner”
“Sold To Bleed”
“Bloody Mess”
“Count The Days”
“Beg For Lead”

“Burn Up The Dead” lyric video:

“Pleasure Of Hate”:


Guitar solo on “Cross The Line” by Matt MacIvor
Guitar solo on “Burn Up The Dead” by Antonin Perras-Foisy
Guitar solos on “Executioner”, “Fubar”, “Bloody Mess”, “Parasite” and “Get My Gun” by Adam Pell
Guitar solo on “A Place In Hell” by Christian Donaldson
Guitar solos on “Hail Guns” and “Cattle Ride” by Paul Kelly
Guitars, bass and vocals recorded by Dave Paquette, Ottawa
Drums recorded by Chris Donaldson, The Grid Studio, Montreal
Mixed and mastered by Chris Donaldson, The Grid Studio, Montreal

Band lineup:

Dave Paquette - guitars
Jonathan Boulay - vocals
Jay Cross - drums
Nicolas Miquelon - bass guitar

(Band photo - Brittany Dawn Krause)

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