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Earth Streaming "His Teeth Did Brightly Shine" Song Online

Following the release of Earth's "Angels of Darkness, Demons of Light I" -- released by Southern Lord in February 2011 -- the public's first chance to hear a number from the 2nd installment of the series has now arrived.

While conceived in the same sessions as the first installment, recorded by Stuart Hallerman at Avast and mastered by Mell Detmer, "Angels of Darkness, Demons of Light II" invokes even more improvisational and unrestrained energy than its predecessor.

Traces of this progression are evident in the track "His Teeth Did Brightly Shine" -- the second song from the upcoming album -- as premiered worldwide by Spin Magazine at this location.

"Angels of Darkness, Demons of Light" will be released by Southern Lord in North America on February 14th via CD, 2xLP and digital download.

The track listing is as follows:

1. Sigil of Brass
2. His Teeth Did Brightly Shine
3. Multiplicity of Doors
4. The Corascene Dog
5. The Rakehell

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1. xulbehemoth509 writes:

Can't wait to see them in Seattle in February.

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2. Cynic writes:

I really liked this track, more-so than the ones on I. Feels more Hexy? Not sure but I'm sure I liked it.

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3. hellrat writes:

This sh!t is trippy...I fvckin love this kind of sh!t...do they ever do any singing?

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4. Cynic writes:

HR - No it's virtually all instrumental. I highly recommend their album "Hex", it's one of my all time favourite albums.

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