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Insurrection Reveals New Album, Streaming "Checkmate" Track

Insurrection has posted the new song "Checkmate" online, which can be heard in the player below. The following press release was also issued about the band's coming new album:

"Gatineau, QC death metal band Insurrection has blended its calculated technicality to create a signature mixture of merciless death metal that has emerged from the prominent Canadian scene.

"Growing, modulating and mutating into a machine of an aural onslaught since their conception in 2003 by founding members Martin Samson and Stef Jomphe, the band is officially unleashing their first crowd funded and third full length album 'Prototype' produced by Topon Das (Fuck The Facts) on October 15th via Canadian label Galy Records. The album is the follow up to 2010's 'Fracture', a dark prophecy of unforgivable times and a brutal soundtrack to the fall of man and 2009's 'Prologue', which gave first life to the band's monstrosity."

Vocalist Stef Jomphe comments: "We're really proud to finally bring Prototype to the masses. It represents the next step for Insurrection, trying out different ways to present our own sound, exploring different angles and methods! This is the result of several years of hard work along with amazing support from our fans and friends whom without, none of this would've been possible! Enjoy Prototype, you made it happen!"

1. Overprocessed (Intro)
2. Abattoir
3. The Chronophobes
4. Checkmate
5. Sueurs Froides
6. Hellfire
7. Trois Minutes de Carnage
8. Archetype
9. Prototype
10. They Rise
11. Bruits Sans Fin

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