MORTIIS will be returning to UK shores for a run of seven headline shows in May - the tour kicks off at Newcastle's Cluny venue on May 23 and commences at Bristol's Fleece on May 29. The tour will follow hot on the heels of the forthcoming release of Mortiis' new album The Great Deceiver which is out on March 4 via Omnipresence.
The band comments: "It's about time we came back to the UK for some shows. See you in May, you bastards."
MORTIIS 'demons are back' UK TOUR
May 23rd NEWCASTLE Cluny
May 24th GLASGOW Audio
May 25th MANCHESTER Ruby
May 26th BIRMINGHAM O2 Institute
May 27th BRIGHTON Haunt
May 28th LONDON Garage
May 29th BRISTOL Fleece
Tickets are on sale now at:
Check out the recently released videos for the tracks 'Doppelg√§nger' and 'The Shining Lamp of God,' both are taken from the forthcoming Mortiis album The Great Deceiver:
'Doppelganger' - https://youtu.be/lF4BYh5xCPU
(free single download available available from http://www.mortiis.com/#!doppelganger/w6nmz)
'The Shining Lamp of God' https://youtu.be/peiIL5ExGnk
(free single download available from http://www.mortiis.com)
DENVER - Baby You're a Rich Man: Suing the Beatles for Fun & Profit (ForeEdge/University Press of New England) author Stan Soocher is embarking on a new round of speaking engagements and book signings for the new year.
Soocher's appearances will include everything from book stores and libraries to music conferences, law schools and Bar Association speaking engagements.
Baby You're a Rich Man is a must-read for Beatles fans and legal eagles alike, offering a fascinating, inside look at key court battles that shaped the Beatles' music, their personal lives and business ventures.
Stan Soocher, an entertainment attorney, long-time Editor-in-Chief of Entertainment Law & Finance and Associate Professor of Music and Entertainment Industry Studies at the University of Colorado's Denver Campus, worked tirelessly to uncover rare documents and conduct brand new interviews for this fresh look at one of music's most influential acts.
Soocher previously authored the book They Fought the Law: Rock Music Goes to Court.
The author's appearances include:
2/17/16 Wed. Loyola Law School, Los Angeles, CA: Speaking engagement - Baby You're a Rich Man: Suing the Beatles for Fun & Profit, 12 noon
3/5/16 Sat. Colorado Music Business Organization, Denver, CO: Speaking engagement - Baby You're a Rich Man: Suing the Beatles for Fun & Profit
3/19/16 Sat. SXSW Music Conference, Austin, TX: Baby You're a Rich Man Presentation and Book Signing
3/24/16 Thurs. Boswell Book Company, Milwaukee, WI: Baby You're a Rich Man Book Signing, 7 p.m.
4/14/16 Thurs. Denver Southeast Rotary Club, Denver, CO: Speaking engagement - Baby You're a Rich Man: Suing the Beatles for Fun & Profit
4/20/16 Wed. Denver Public Library Ross-Cherry Creek Denver, CO: Speaking engagement - Baby You're a Rich Man: Suing the Beatles for Fun & Profit, 6 p.m.
5/5/16 Thurs. New York State Bar Association, New York City: Speaking Engagement - Entertainment Law Year in Review
OSLO - In anticipation of Mortiis' upcoming The Great Deceiver album, Mortiis is offering a free download of "The Shining Lamp of God."
Similar to late last year's free download of "Doppleganger," "The Shining Lamp of God" download will come complete with a remix by MELT, the track's recently release music video, artwork, screensavers and other bonus graphics.
"We know fans have been waiting a long time for The Great Deceiver, so this is our way of giving them a little extra gift, as well as wetting their appetites for the full album," Mortiis said.
Fans have the option to donate if they wish, with funds going to offset the costs of recording and releasing The Great Deceiver.
"We are digging deep into our own shallow pockets to finance everything ourselves this time around," Mortiis said. "So, it's certainly not required, but donations are always appreciated!"
The video for "The Shining Lamp of God" can be viewed at https://youtu.be/peiIL5ExGnk.
Mortiis's The Great Deceiver will be released March 4, 2016 via Omnipresence/MRI.
TORONTO - The latest video from Epitaph recording artist SayWeCanFly, "Driftwood Heart," will be unveiled on January 14.
The clip for the second single from Canadian singer/songwriter Braden Barrie's Darling EP focuses on freezing a moment in time.
"There are so many things that come along with connecting with another human being," Barrie said. "I wanted to dive into the first time two people fall in love and tell the story before it happens."
Barrie worked closely with director Micah Adrian, editing footage for nearly 10 hours, looking for the perfect combination of colors, slow motion movements and the marriage of visuals to the song.
"I wanted to fill this video with metaphors and leave it open to individual interpretation, while still creating the vibes I felt when I wrote the song," he said. "It was fun to work so closely on a SayWeCanFly video, and I don't think I've ever been so stoked to release a music video. 'Driftwood Heart' is a special one, and a story that isn't over quite yet."
OSLO - Mortiis' new video for "The Shining Lamp of God" is now available.
"The Shining Lamp of God" continues the story that "Doppelganger," released late last year, started. "We made two videos, although they were shot as one," Mortiis said. "The Shining Lamp of God' is another chapter - same place, same hellhole, just escalated, I suppose. It never really ends..."
Directed by Robyn Van Swank and Nick Plotquin, "The Shining Lamp of God" is equally rife with graphic images, bringing to life the internal struggles and demons that the song's lyrics tackle. Whereas "Doppleganger" was conflicted and self-loathing, "The Shining Lamp of God" metaphorically uses religious symbolism to convey an inner anger toward others' selfishness so deep that one fails to see their own ego centrist behaviors.
Chilling images of physical torture perfectly encapsulate the mental anguish of Mortiis' music - an incredible fete based on the depth of mental and emotional agony of the lyrics on Mortiis' long-awaited album, The Great Deceiver.
The disturbing clip leaves lasting impression - which was Mortiis' goal after years of feeling controlled and confined by the restrictions of a record label.
"The old label is history, the shackles are off, and I decided to just sell my record collection in order to finance some videos that we, and nobody else, actually have any control over," he said. "We pretty much used to be hogtied down in terms of what we were allowed to do and not to do in our videos. I always thought that was ridiculous, like we were some sort of pop band. Ever since that time, I swore I would one day control how my music was used, and if I wanted to show someone getting injected with sewer water, I would."
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