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Mephistopheles Streaming New Song "Silver Doors"

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Tasmanian technical death metal legion Mephistopheles is pleased to unveil new track "Silver Doors" via Decibel Magazine. Check it out below.

Called "vicious, artful, and sonically different," the latest hell hymn comes by way of the band's forthcoming new full-length, "Sounds of the End," due out October 1st, 2013 via Willowtip Records.

Notes vocalist Matthew "Chalky" Chalk (formerly of Psycroptic) in anticipation of Sounds of the End: "I cannot wait to know what people think of this album. It's been ten fucking years since Psycroptic's Scepter of the Ancients, and this is my first album on which I've been lead vocalist since then. This is a very exciting time for me, the birth of a new era, and I think what Mephistopheles have achieved is every bit as fresh and compelling as SotA seemingly was back in 2003. The riffs, the instrumentation, the sound -- it's all fluent and multi-dimensional, and just waiting to bust its way out of some speakers and into the lives of as many metal loving maniacs as possible! It's our personal soundtrack to the Apocalypse. But it's not all doom and gloom. This is should probably be called Party of the End because musically, it's pretty upbeat."

The previously posted track "The End Of All Light" can also be heard over at this location.

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