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Psyopus Streaming New Song "Medusa" Online

Psyopus has issued the following update about streaming a new song on their MySpace page:

"Hey loving friends, Check out the song "Medusa" off our new album "Odd Senses" which will be released 2.17.09.

"If you want to really help us out, PLEASE preorder our disk from www.metalblade.com. First week record sales are huge in the record industry. Because of this, there is no bigger way you could help us out. You can also preorder it at any record store. We have Sony/RED distibution. That's a pretty big deal. Because of this, you can go to the counter of any record store in your town and ask them to order the disk for you - even if it' the record stores that you think will only sell Fall Out Boy. THANKS"

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1. Jenny writes:

Weelll...I personally cannot stand this band at all. As for the song, the intro was good, but from then on with the vocals the song just died. This band is annoying to me.

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2. Fuck_A_Name writes:

^the vocals slightly annoy me as well. Although, considering i listen to grindcore, what with that genre's retarted vocals, they probably dont annoy me quite as much as they do for you. Not to mention the fact that the music is SOOOO prog-death metal, that I cant possibly resist listening to it lol

To each their own...

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