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Mutilation Rites Streaming New Song "Suffer The Children"

As they make their way to the prestigious Maryland Deathfest this weekend, the New York-based filthy black metallers in Multilation Rites have unveiled "Suffer The Children," their first new music in two years.

Taken from forthcoming album "Harbinger," the follow-up to the band's Prosthetic debut "Empyrean," this new track "Suffer The Children" can now be streamed over at Pitchfork.com here.

The band commented, "We picked 'Suffer the Children' because we thought it covered all the bases. It hopefully tries to branch out on all our influences on this new record, which falls somewhere between Incantation and Aura Noir. We wanted to touch on what is important to us – riffs! The focus should be pure riffage and nothing else, no pretentious nonsense."

Although "Harbinger" will not be released until the summer, "Suffer The Children" is now available as a limited-edition 7" single featuring two B-sides – covers of "Police Bastard" by Doom and "Protest and Survive" by Discharge.

Catch the band live on these dates:

5/25 Baltimore,MD - Maryland Deathfest (10 p.m. set @ Ram's Head Live)
5/26 Hartford, CT - Webster Undergound ^
5/27 Cambridge, MA - Sinclair ^
5/28 New York, NY - Santos Party House ^
5/29 Cleveland, OH - Foundry ^
5/30 Detroit, MI - The Shelter ^
5/31 Chicago, IL - Reggie’s Rock Club ^
7/18-20 Oshkosh, WI - Gilead Fest 2014 @ Oshkosh Masonic Center
7/21 Minneapolis, MN - Triple Rock Social Club *
^ with Black Breath
* with Ash Borer

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