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Stagnant Waters Streaming New Song "Algae"

Today, Stagnant Waters reveals the first track "Algae," taken from the forthcoming self-titled debut (reviewed here) set for worldwide release on October 29th through Adversum. Give the song a listen in the player below. The following press release was also issued about the album:

"A French-Norwegian entity, Stagnant Waters' self-titled debut is an awe-inspiring album of mutant music. Firmly rooted in extreme metal, Stagnant Waters present a highly radioactive mix of scathing guitars, otherworldly electronics, Dadaistic improvisation, uncompromising complexity, and unnatural tempos.

"Comprised of Norwegian vocalist Svein Egil 'Zweizz' Hatlevik (Fleurety, Umoral, ex-DHG/Dødheimsgard), drummer/electronics operator/clarinetist Aymeric Thomas (Pryapisme), and guitarist/bassist Camillle Giraudeau (Dreams of the Drowned, Smohalla), Stagnant Waters has recorded a spontaneous, experimental, and energetic album, a maximalistic, hedonistic, and animalistic celebration of unfettered creativity."

STAGNANT WATERS - Algae (2012) by HVNrecordings

The album's track listing is:

1. Algae
3. Of salt and water
4. Castles
5. Concrete
6. Bandaged in suicide notes
7. Axolotl
8. From the breaking neck to infinity

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