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Against The Plagues Streaming New Song "Man's Modern World"

Chicago-based multinational extreme-metal act Against the Plagues (feat. ex-members of Behemoth/Vader/Malevolent Creation/Forest of Impaled) has released a brand new song from the band's upcoming (yet-to be titled) album on the band's official Facebook and MySpace sites.

Commented the band: "After a year of hard work and preparation we are proud to announce that our new material is complete and ready for release. Once again, we worked with producer Chris Wisco at Belle City Sound Studio. Before we release the album, we have decided to release one new song called 'Man's Modern World' to serve as a preview for the album.

"This particular piece is meant to be a reflection of today's civilization as it observes the notion that tools (such as fear) are utilized by organizations and entities to create blind dependency and loyalty along with discouraging mankind's will to a point where one's potential to excel will never be reached. We feel this new track best represents the motif and pace of the album. Currently, we are in the process of finalizing all extraneous details regarding our upcoming release. We will release more information and news very soon, please check out our facebook and myspace for all updates."

The current Against the Plagues lineup is as follows:

Varyen Chylinski (ex-FOREST OF IMPALED/ DAMNATION) - Drums
Marco Martell (ex-MALEVOLENT CREATION, DIVINE EMPIRE) - Guitar
Marcin "Novy" Nowak (ex-BEHEMOTH/VADER, ROAD'S END) – Bass
Orlando Logan "Plague Healer" Perez (ex-VEX, WHORE OF BABYLON - Vocals

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