CORPUS MORTALE (DENMARK)


Corpus Mortale was founded in Copenhagen in 1993 by Nicholas Maschøln and Søren Jensen, followed by Martin Rosendahl completing the lineup in 1994. From the beginning the band was interested in playing death metal, and released their demo Corpus Mortale in 1995. The demo was critically acclaimed, and inspired the band to increase their efforts. Morten Jensen was recruited as a fourth member on guitar in 1996 and after only three months Corpus Mortale entered the studio to record their second demo entitled Integration. This demo received a more widespread and positive reaction than the first, and all 800 copies were sold out within 7 months. Following a number of tours between 1997 and 1999, Søren and Morten Jensen decided to leave the band after another recording attempt, the unreleased album Spritism. Following this, Brian Eriksen and Jens Lee (formerly of Iniquity) joined, and a final demo, Succumb to the Superior was released. The release of this demo generated positive reactions, and a deal of label interest. In the summer of 2001, Jens Lee left the band due to commitment issues. After another MCD, Sombre and Vile, the band focused on the release of their first full-length album, With Lewd Demeanor.



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1995 DEMO

Four panel Xeroxed cover. Only demo released on tape. Rest were on CDs.

TRACK LISTING:
- Pythogenic Ecstacy
- Malice Shrivelling
- Possessed
- Faith Designation
- Slaves of Darkness
- Too Dark to See

1995 DEMO TAPE:

DEMO FLYERS

BAND PHOTOS



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