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New Album "Stygian" Announced By The Modern Age Of Slavery, New Single Available

Italian death metal/deathcore act The Modern Age Of Slavery is streaming the new song "The Reprisal Within" via MetalSucks at this location, or even easier right in the player at the bottom. The song is taken from the new album "Stygian," which is set to drop on November 24th via Innerstrength Records.

Pre-orders are available at this location.

Coming almost four years since the release of critically acclaimed 2013 release "Requiem for Us All" (Pavement), the level-jumping blast of intensity on the band's Innerstrength debut is the result of miles logged and the already dynamic songwriting honed to a fine point.

The band has released the following statement about the new album: "With this new album we tried to make another step forward in the evolution of our sound: what you'll hear it's a quite obscure atmosphere delivering a sullen and evil experience, yet keeping the heaviness of the death metal matrix that marked our music in the previous albums. The lyrics are all inspired by a common theme, from which the name "Stygian" and the correlated artwork come from, discussing the questionable matter of the human evolution leading men to a slow but inevitable mutation into a being that lost his mind and compassion devoured by greediness and will to power. All the pieces of the puzzle are perfectly pondered to create an album made of passion, of anger, and real emotions. This is the The Modern Age's album!"

The track listing is:

1. A Stygian Tide
2. Miles Apart
3. Prelude To An Evolution
4. Regression Through Unlearning
5. Sandblasted Skin (Pantera Cover)
6. The Hollow Men
7. The Place We Call Home
8. The Reprisal Within
9. The Theory Of Shadows

Check out "The Reprisal Within":

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