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Defeated Sanity Posts New Song "Naraka" Online

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Today the metal miscreants at Decibel offer up an exclusive premiere of “Naraka” from German death metal moguls Defeated Sanity. The tune comes by way of the band’s forthcoming slab of iniquity - "Passages Into Deformity." Check out "Naraka" right here.

Says bassist Jacob Schmidt of the track: “Here we have the first mid-tempo-only song we've written in years! It's probably the slowest and grooviest on Passages. Enjoy!”

Scheduled for release on February 5th, 2013 through Willowtip Records, "Passages Into Deformity" was recorded at Soundlodge Studios in Germany and includes guest vocal appearances by Frank Rini (Internal Bleeding), AJ Magana (ex-Defeated Sanity, Disgorge US), and Brian Forgue (Syphilic, Gutrot) as well as sound effects by Jon Engman (ex-Brodequin).

And if you missed it the first time, be sure to check out the sonic sickness of the previously posted track “Verblendung” at this location.

The follow-up to 2010’s "Chapters of Repugnance" will be paired with a bonus DVD featuring making-of clips, interviews, and performance videos. Additionally, Defeated Sanity will take the band's face-raping brutality to Russia and Belarus this Spring in support of the new album. Dates are:

4/12/2013 Fatality Fest 5 – St. Petersburg, RU
4/12/2013 Sick Fest 11 – Arkhangelsk, RU
4/14/2013 Not Quiet Extreme Fest 2 – Syktyvkar, RU
4/15/2013 Grim Sound Fest – Izhevsk, RU
4/17/2013 Ural Death Fest 2 – Ekaterinburg, RU
4/20/2013 Extreme Condition Fest – UFA, RU
4/24/2013 Day Of Dust Fest – Minsk, BY

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