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Aenimus Streaming New Song "Inertia" Online

San Francisco/North Bay progressive deathcore unit Ænimus has teamed up with Heavy Blog is Heavy to unleash a brand new track entitled "Inertia," from the forthcoming and currently untitled debut album. Check out the song in the player below or through Heavy Blog is Heavy here.

Guitarist Brian "Deebs" James had the following to say about the writing process for the song and a bit of what fans can expect from the full length: "I am beyond excited to finally release a hint of what is to come and hope everyone enjoys! 'Inertia' was written with an experimental mindset as well as the strong intention of straying away from predictable things many bands tend to do nowadays. I feel like the song turned out exactly how we all imagined which fills me with satisfaction! If one were to base this song off of what the rest of the album is like, I'd say you took an axe to the tip of the ice berg and then just a little bit more..so there's still some curve balls too. We're anxiously waiting to show everyone all of this music we've been working on over the past couple years and look forward to releasing it very, very soon."

Ænimus os currently wrapping up the recording process for the debut album at NB Recording in Santa Rosa, CA with Producer Nick Botelho (Deadly Remains, The Kennedy Veil). A release date has not been set, though the band plans to release it sometime later this year. The track listing is:

I. Asherah's Hourglass
II. The Awakening
III. The Grasp of Ruin
IV. Masterpiece
V. Descent Into Chaos
VI. Black Malice Construct
VII. Black Malice Alchemy
VIII. Thrive
IX. Heavy Lies the Crown
X. Inertia
XI. Convictions
XII. The Final Delirium

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