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Of Men And Angel's Flesh Streaming Songs From Latest EP "Ethnospheric Decay"

Birmingham, AL grindcore act Of Men And Angel's Flesh recently self-released the "Ethnospheric Decay" EP, and now two tracks from the release are available for streaming online.

Check out "Final Flood" and "Architecture" in the YouTube clips below, or hear more from the band over at Facebook here. The EP was recorded, mixed, and mastered at Mana Recording Studio (Cannibal Corpse, Vital Remains) with Brian Elliott.

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1. Art Vandaley writes:

not bad, not amazing

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2. Satan606060 writes:

Goddamn! Its about time a band like this come around ! thats what the metal scene needs! I hope to see more of these guys around! This is the band that someone gets murdered at their show!!! And i can only hope I get to be a witness!!

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3. joe61 writes:

Wow... how long have they been around? What label?

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4. the-rapist666 writes:

These guys are better than any other Birmingham AL band ive heard and ive been in the scene for over 7 years. I have met them and been to shows. Every show I have been to that they play national or local they blow them all away! They deserve way more exposure. these guys should be bigger than this! Its sad to see sh**ty bands locally that are signed to a label and these guys have been through it all and still seem to keep it together and progres and cant catch their break. These are prob the most talented metal musicians in Alabama.. Ill stand by that till the day I die

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