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Rumpelstiltskin Grinder Streaming Title Track Off New Album "Ghostmaker"

Philadelphia's Rumpelstiltskin Grinder is preparing to unload "Ghostmaker," the band's belligerent third album, and first for Candlelight Records, onto North American 'bangers on June 19th. Today the title track to "Ghostmaker" has been set loose upon the masses via Rumpelstiltskin Grinder's diehard neighbors at Stereokiller right here.

The following press release was also issued about the band:

"Formed by current members of Absu, Woe, Azure Emote, Ashencult, Fucked Forever, Total Fucking Destruction, Smoker & the Rollers and more, Rumpelstiltskin Grinder's hard-partying death-thrash surges with more intensity than ever on Ghostmaker, resulting in a maniacal forty-five minute whirlwind that will surely require neck braces for unseasoned and weak metallers. The album was produced by the band and bears cover art by gore artist Mike Hrubovcak (Sinister, Grave, Hate Eternal, Cattle Decapitation, etc.) as with several of the band's previous releases.

"Just days before the album is officially in stores across the continent, Rumpelstiltskin Grinder has confirmed a hometown release show for Ghostmaker at Philly's M Room on June 15th alongside an arsenal of additional riotous acts."

6/15/2012 M Room - Philadelphia, PA w/ Scaphism, Eat The Turnbuckle, Psychosomatic, Sacrificial Blood, Primitive Ways

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1. Cynic writes:

Well I liked the song, not 100% sold on the vocals though (which are quite a leap from say "Buried in the Front Yard"). Needs another spin or two.

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