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Dehuman Premieres New Song "Cast Of Assassination" Online

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As was announced yesterday, Belgium's Dehuman is now officially signed onto the Kaotoxin Records roster for a multi-album deal set to start with the band's debut full-length "Black Throne of All Creation." The album drops on April 30th in CD and limited edition digipack versions.

Metalunderground.com has an exclusive stream of the album's seventh track "Cast of Assassination," which can be heard through the player below. Kaotoxin Records also commented on Dehuman:

"Amongst a plethora of bands conforming to traditional over technical death metal and nearing Deathcore, Dehuman stands apart, offering a down to Earth, straight forward and authentic array of death metal compositions. Despite intricate riffs and melodies, the quartet attach considerable importance to their song-writing so as to make any listener experience a chaotic musical world forged by the instruments of these up and coming musicians. Their desire to tour has left them prepared to conquer the world by storm."

The "Black Throne of All Creation" track listing is as follows:

1. Apocalypse and perdition
2. Monstrosity in the hands of god
3. Eyes of a thousand
4. Spiral of loss
5. Down with the world
6. Harvest the sun
7. Cast of assassination
8. Black mamba
9. Path to oblivion

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2 Comments on "Dehuman Premieres New Song Online"

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1. Failed writes:

Seems like someone went nuts on a thesaurus trying to describe themselves.

That quote above from the band was so bass-ackwards it made my head spin. "We aren't technical but we are so intricate and chaotic!"

Move alone people, nothing new here.

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2. Poisonfume writes:

I'm very surprised and happy that a band like this made it on the news of this website, last time I saw them they were a bunch of kids playing in something between a venue and a school gym in Brussels with a four-song demo.

But as a supporter of the band since those days, I'll be looking into this despite post#1's judgement.

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