Das Mörtal Debut “The Curse” Video; North American Tour Starts April 5

Das Mörtal, aka Cristóbal Cortes, the Montreal-based synthwave artist who drew attention for his 2014 score for “Naissance d’un Zombie” and subsequent releases including Hotline Miami II and Always Loved, have debuted a video for “The Curse” via MetalSucks (http://www.metalsucks.net/2018/03/11/synthwave-sunday-das-mortal-the-curse-also-were-giving-away-tickets/).

The song comes from Das Mörtal’s full-length album, Always Loved. The video was directed by Pablo Escobar Tuduri and is a tongue-in-cheek ode to ‘80s slasher films.

Das Mörtal recently announced a North American tour, which kicks off on April 5 in Boston (all dates below, including a recently added Los Angeles performance). “I’m thrilled AF to head to the U.S., bringing a new show and finally meet my amazing fans from the south,” said Cortes.

Das Mörtal initially received attention for the 3-track Hotline Miami II, which was followed by the release of Always Loved, as well as a fall 2017 tour with Perturbator.

Tour dates:

April 5 Boston, MA Once Ballroom

April 6 New York NY Piano’s

April 7 Princeton, NJ Terrace Club

April 17 Austin, TX Barracuda

April 18 Dallas, TX Gas Monkey

April 20 Vancouver, BC Rickshaw

April 21 Portland, OR Stumpfest

April 22 Seattle, WA Highline

April 24 Denver, CO Streets of London

April 25 San Francisco, CA DNA Lounge

April 26 Las Vegas, NV Beauty Bar

April 27 San Diego, CA Brick By Brick

April 28 Los Angeles, CA Union: Noise Room

Tickets are on-sale now: ​​​​​​​https://dasmortal.com/shows.

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