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Mournful Congregation Streaming New Song "The Waterless Streams"

Today extreme metal fans around the globe can sample the first publicly obtainable hymn from the forthcoming new opus from Australian funeral doom icons Mournful Congregation, "The Book Of Kings." The upcoming fourth full-length from the celebrated act will be released in North America via 20 Buck Spin on November 8th.

As the release draws near, BrooklynVegan is hosting a stream of the second track from "The Book Of Kings," entitled “The Waterless Streams.” Dive into the track at this location.

Mournful Congregation also has the following upcoming tour dates:

11/30/2011 Highline Bar – Seattle, WA w/ Samothrace
12/01/2011 Rotture – Portland, OR w/ Merkstave
12/02/2011 Alibi – Arcata, CA
12/03/2011 The Metro – Oakland, CA w/ Brainoil, Laudanum, Lycus
12/04/2011 Hemlock Tavern – San Francisco, CA w/ Vastum
12/05/2011 Five Star Bar – Los Angeles, CA w/ Destroy Judas, Harassor
12/06/2011 Yucca Taproom – Scottsdale, AZ w/ Rituals, Fanapth
12/07/2011 M’s Lips Lounge – El Paso, TX w/ Impetuous Ritual, Grave Upheaval, Ritual Necromancy
12/08-11/2011 Rites of Darkness Festival – San Antonio, TX
11/12/2011 Mohawk – Austin, TX w/ Cruciamentum, Pallbearer, Ritual Necromancy

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1. Cynic writes:

I'm not sure what's more annoying, the fact I can't pre-order this or the fact 20 Buck Spin also taunts me with a Manilla Road album that still doesn't have a cd release.

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