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Watain To Release GG Allin Cover Through Decibel's Flexi Disc Series

Swedish black metallers Watain have teamed up with Decibel Magazine to give fans a white-on-black flexi disc for the exclusive cover song "Fuck Off, We Murder" (made famous by GG Allin).

This track will only be available in Decibel's September issue (out in August), and it comes from the recording sessions of "The Wild Hunt," the band's upcoming album due out August 20th in North America. The disc won't be included with issues on newstands and will only be made available to subscribers, although the track is likely to make its way online before long.

For a preview of Watain's new album, "The Wild Hunt," be sure to check out the first single, "All That May Bleed" at this location. The following press release was also issued about the album:

"Produced once again by Tore Stjerna at his Necromorbus studio in Alvik (Sweden), The Wild Hunt is a sonic and lyrical tour-de-force that explores Watain's roots, such as Bathory and Dissection, while also remaining truly unique. Having lost none of their integrity, Watain continues to push the boundaries of the scene with their fifth full-length, refusing to compromise their sound and vision. Amid the tracks teeming with the band's classic sound, The Wild Hunt also features clean vocals (a first for the trio!) which, as front-man Erik puts it, '...is just us being brutally personal and honest. It shows another important facet of the Watain world.' As this new album will soon prove, Watain truly lives in a world all their own."

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1. Blindgreed1 writes:

This is very fitting. GG used to cover himself in shi1t and Watain smells like sh!t. Watain is fvcking awesome, but those dudes reek something awful. Probably has a lot to do with all of the dead animals they travel with.

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2. Carpor writes:

I had no idea that Watain smelled so terrible. Maybe it is in an effort to appeal to the type of dirtbags that like this kind of music. I'm sure if their fans got jobs they would cease to be Watain fans. GG 4 ever!

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3. Blindgreed1 writes:

I have a job and I like Watain, so your little theory went right up your a$$ along with your thumbs. Read more. Post less n00b.

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4. Houston from Houston writes:

Soooo true. .....when watain came to Houston texas i thought to myself 'MAN.....this venue smells like a mixture of a morticians lab and a Mexican meat market'....either way this GG cover should be interesting.

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