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Imminent Sonic Destruction Posts "Monster" Video Clip

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With just days before the release of "Recurring Themes," the new album from Detroit's progressive metal band Imminent Sonic Destruction (reviewed here), the band has released a new video for the track "Monster." The video features the full-length track combined with video content created by ISD fans and can be viewed below..

Check out the album track "Driving Home," which is currently streaming online courtesy of Noisecreep here.

"Recurring Themes" was produced by Roy Z (Halford, Bruce Dickinson), and features nine original tracks that showcase the band's vocal harmonies soaring over original progressive-metal riffing, melodic compositions and the rhythms of ex-Tiles drummer, Pat DeLeon. The album is set to be released this Friday, February 24th and will be available via the band's website, iTunes, Amazon, CD Baby, Lasers Edge, Dearborn Music as well as many other online music outlets.

Imminent Sonic Destruction's has decided to give away a free non-album bonus track to fans via Facebook. The instrumental "Swamp," which has been a staple of ISD's live set for years and can be downloaded here.

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