Since 2011, under the leadership of Macabre, Mortis Mutilati has been distilling its essence in the heart of the Black Metal scene. Hailing from Île-de-France, the band skillfully combines the intensity of the genre with a morbid creativity, giving rise to a musical experience that is both captivating and obscure.
Since their inception, Mortis Mutilati has carved a gloomy path through the world of extreme metal. The group launched their first assault in 2013 with the album "Nameless Here For Evermore," revealing a raw musicality that quickly caught the attention of genre enthusiasts.
In 2015, they continued their momentum with the album "Mélopée Funèbre," unveiling even darker sonic landscapes while perpetuating their live performances throughout the hexagon. Their third opus, "The Stench Of Death," released in 2018, marked a significant milestone in their career, propelling Mortis Mutilati onto the international stage.
The year 2020 witnessed the release of "The Fate Of Flight 800," an album that solidified their standing in contemporary Black Metal. The band also took an unexpected direction with the 2023 EP "Echoes From The Coffin," offering an unplugged version of their music, thereby showcasing their adaptability and artistic mastery.
Mortis Mutilati has extended its influence beyond borders, performing in various European countries as well as in Mexico. The pinnacle of their journey was reached with a memorable performance at Hellfest.
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