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Mutoid Man Streaming New Track "Scrape The Walls"

Magic Bullet Records has confirmed the pending release of "Helium Head," the debut recording from Mutoid Man, the brand new venture formed and carried out by two longtime friends, Stephen Brodsky of Cave In and Ben Koller of Converge.

To help break this one out to the masses, Decibel Magazine is today hosting a jam of the album's third of seven tracks, "Scrape The Walls," which can be heard below.

"[This is] the first Mutoid Man song we wrote," explains Stephen Brodsky. "It's about people who lose their minds worrying over money. To come up with all this stuff, Ben and I riffed-out at a rehearsal space in Brooklyn for about a year. The material picks up from where we left off with the Cave In Shapeshifter/Dead Already cassingle, written with Ben in the band. The two of us ran with that sound and formula and took it as far as we could go."

"Helium Head" will see digital release on November 22nd followed by its CD and LP manifestations -- the wax in three different color schemes -- on Black Friday, November 29th. The track listing is:

1. Gnarcissist
2. Scavengers
3. Scrape the Walls
4. Friday the 13/8
5. Sacrilege
6. Lost in the Hive
7. The Manimals (CD-only bonus track)

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