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Playing Enemy Streaming "I Was Your City" Re-Issue

In commemoration of its recent resurfacing courtesy of Detroit-based Corpse Flower Records, Decibel Magazine is currently streaming "I Was Your City," the second and final full-length from gloom-trodden hardcore act Playing Enemy. Give it a listen below.

Initially issued on Hawthorne Street Records nearly a decade ago, the Corpse Flower edition of "I Was Your City" was mastered for vinyl by James Plotkin (OLD, Scorn, Khanate, Khlyst etc.) with design/layout by vocalist/guitarist Demian Johnston. This edition is limited to three-hundred hand-numbered copies: two-hundred-fifty on white vinyl and fifty on purple sunburst.

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