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Expain Premieres "Aggressions Progression" Guitar/Bass Playthrough

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Vancouver, BC's mosh pit architects Expain (formerly known as The Almighty Excruciating Pain) today has teamed up with us at Metalundeground.com to unleash a new guitar and bass playthrough video for "Aggressions Progression."

See the band performing the new track below. The clip was shot and edited by Andrew Baena and "Aggressions Progression" is taken from the forthcoming album "Just The Tip," which is due out June 24th.

The full track listing is as follows:

1. Bacchus
2. Aggressions Progression
3. Phoenix Writhing
4. The King
5. Don’t Worry The Worst Is Yet To Come
6. Idol Worship
7. Allegiance To Pain
8. Manatee
9. Headbang Your Head Off
10. A.T.M.
11. Eating A Beating Heart

Mixing thrash with jazzier elements and everything in between, the band delivers music that’s energetic, diverse, and thoughtful in every sense of the word. “Our music tends to be very melodic and we put a big emphasis on the songwriting, as well as the individual riffs,” says guitarist Eric Morrison.

The band’s debut album, "Just the Tip," plays to its sense of humour, but also represents the beginning of a musical journey that’s not bound to stop or slow down any time soon. Writing about everything from overcoming adversity to partying hard, living in an ever-changing city and the state of today’s society as a whole, Expain has captured its true identity on record.

As Morrison explains, “We go through many different concepts on this album but I think throughout all of it there is an attempt to stay hopeful and make something positive out of difficult or unpleasant situations.”

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1. Drum_Junkie writes:

Not bad at all! I admit, I only looked at this because of the hilarious band photo, but the music is top shelf. Reminds me alot of BTBAM with a touch of TBDM.

Checked out their videos on their YT channel and they are f'n funny as hell! ROFLMAO!

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