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Derelict Posts New Promo Song "Expiry"

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Montreal metallers Derelict have begun streaming the second track from their new promo EP. You can listen to the song "Expiry" in the clip below. "This is a really angry song," explains vocalist Eric Burnet. "It's about having to pay for our abuse of the planet by watching it fall apart around us."

"Expiry" is the second of three songs being released this month as part of Derelict's new promotional demo. "Although we're labeling this as a demo, the production is full album quality," says Burnet. "We went with Chris Donaldson (Beneath The Massacre, The Agonist, etc) again for the mix and master, and we got Sébastien Pittet (ex-Augury touring bassist) on fretless bass duties. All in all we're pretty psyched and we hope this gets people excited for our next album."

Over the next few months Derelict will be putting the finishing touches on the band's next release, playing select shows around Quebec, Ontario, and the East Coast, and looking at expanding their reach to the US and Europe.

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1. TheFishWasDelish writes:

This new track totally kicks ass! Its much better than the last one!

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2. noone writes:

Totaly underrated band....loads of talent.

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3. coldiem writes:

Wow, a song about humans destroying the Earth, how fresh.

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