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Abstracter Streaming New Song "Cruciform"

California's Abstracter is today streaming a 10 1/2 minute surge of harrowing crust/sludge titled "Cruciform," which can be heard below, thanks to Vice.com.

Boasting an apocalyptic view on the future, Abtracter's harsh output surges with crushing, blackened sludge infiltrated with elements of noise, black metal, and psychedelic wrath, and new album "Wound Empire" boasts the band's most demoralizing elements to date, its four massive movements consuming forty-two minutes.

The album was recorded and mixed at Earhammer Studios in Oakland, California by Greg Wilkinson (Brainoil, Pallbearer, Noothgrush, etc.), mastered at Audiosiege Mastering studios in Portland, Oregon by Brad Boatright, and is due out February 10th, 2015.

Abstracter has also confirmed a hometown record release show for "Wound Empire", set to take place on March 7th in Oakland, the band also joined by Dispirit, Alaric and Church. Additional sporadic live actions will be declared in the coming weeks.

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