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Behold The Arctopus Streaming New Song "Horrorsentience"

Invisible Oranges has presented the premiere of a new Behold The Arctopus track titled "Horrorsentience." Give the song a listen at this location. "Horrorsentience" is the almost (but not quite) title track off Behold The Arctopus' second full-length, "Horrorscension," set for an October 23rd release on Black Market Activities.

"Horrorscension" marks the debut of new Behold The Arctopus drummer Weasel Walter, a multi-instrumentalist known for his work under the name The Flying Luttenbachers and his widespread collaborations across the free jazz, noise, and metal genres. Walter joins founding members Colin Marston (12-string Warr guitar) and Mike Lerner (guitar). Marston is also a member of Krallice, Gorguts, and Dysrhythmia, as well as a recording engineer whose recent credits include Kayo Dot, Jarboe, and Altar of Plagues.

"Horrorscension" was recorded, mixed, and mastered by Marston at his The Thousand Caves studio in Queens, NY. The cover art is by longtime collaborator Terry Grow. Pre-orders are now available right here.

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1. Cynic writes:

Didn't grip me like "Skullgrid", but that album is fantastic so have hopes for this.

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2. Cynic writes:

...scratch that I liked the end. Listening to "Disintegore" now.

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