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Unearthly Trance Swings A Deadly "Scythe" With New Song

New York City sludge/doom/drone trio Unearthly Trance is pleased to unveil the debilitating sounds of "Scythe." The tune, now streaming below, comes by way of the band's forthcoming full-length album "Stalking The Ghost."

"'Scythe' lyrically touches on the occult symbolism and mythos of Saturn," elaborates guitarist/vocalist Ryan Lipynsky. "It is one of the songs we've had for a while for the new album. It works great live and I feel like it's a perfect representation of the Unearthly Trance sound."

February 24th will see the worldwide release of "Stalking The Ghost" via Relapse Records on CD, LP, and digital formats. Previously posted song "Famine" can also be heard at this location.

"Stalking The Ghost" was recorded at Menegroth/The Thousand Caves Studios by Colin Marston (Krallice, Gorguts, Panopticon) and features cover art by Orion Landau (Yob, Red Fang, Graves At Sea). Fans can also catch these upcoming Unearthly Trance tour dates:

4/17/2017 KB18 - Copenhagen, DK
4/18/2017 Hafenklang - Hamburg, DE
4/19/2017 Magasin4 - Brussels, BE
4/20/2017 Roadburn - Tilburg, NL
4/21/2017 Doom Over Leipzig - Leipzig, DE
4/23/2017 JAZ - Rostock, DE

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