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Last updated on October 14, 2019 at 2:50 AM ET

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Can’t Swim Premiere New Song & Music Video “Power”

Can’t Swim‘s new EP “Foreign Language” is out now in stores via Pure Noise Records. The band premiere a music video for their track “Power” on this occasion streaming for you via YouTube below. That track itself features a guest turn by Frank Carter.

Other guest appearances on the EP include Spencer Pollard from Trash Talk, Adam Lazzarra of Taking Back Sunday and Drew “Drew York” Dijorio (Stray From The Path).


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Blood Incantation Premiere New Song & Music Video

Blood Incantation premiere a new song and music video titled "Inner Paths (to Outer Space)", taken from their upcoming new album "Hidden History of the Human Race", which will be out in stores November 22 via Dark Descent Records.

Check out now "Inner Paths (to Outer Space)" below.


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Sanctvs Premiere Pre-Release Full-Album Stream

Sanctvs premiere the pre-release full-album stream of the band's upcoming new album "Mors Aeterna", which will be out in stores Octzober 15 via Sepulchral Productions.

Check out now "Mors Aeterna" in its entirety below.

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Cryptic Brood Premiere New Song

Wolfsburg, Germany based trio Cryptic Brood premiere a new song called "Biting Through Flesh", taken from their upcoming new album "Outcome of Obnoxious Science", which will be released on November 22 by War Anthem Records.

Check out now "Biting Through Flesh" below.


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