SORTSIND – What we know…
Sortsind was formed in 1996 as a studio project. The band recorded all their songs over a period of 3 years. After the release of their first album “Sår” in October of 1998, Sortsind began work on their next album.
But recording was cut short when the bass/synth/piano player “Smerte” suddenly killed herself in the spring of 1999.
The EP “Tomhed”, which had already been prepped was released shortly after and Sortsind was disbanded.
In 2005 Blut & Eisen released the compilation “Vanvid” that contained two previously unreleased tracks (“Fanget I et sygt sind” & “Det syge sind”) that Sortsind had recorded for their intended second album.
Svig & Smerte acoustic session: LISTEN HERE!
Svig & Smerte acoustic jam session. Recorded on a ghettoblaster in the summer of 1997 in Avignon, France. (Curtesy of X. Member)
Lastly X. Member who has overseen the distribution of Sortsind’s music since their breakup has passed on a previously unreleased track to the Danish record company “At War For Noise”. There is no release date yet but I will update this article when I know more.
SORTSIND “Fanget I Et Sygt Sind” Audio file Listen Here!
Miss Haslan-Nohut artwork created for Sortsind but never used