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Antagonist Announces Self-Titled EP

California's Antagonist just wrapped up work on a forthcoming self-titled EP, which will contain six songs. New music is due out soon, along with official release details. Today the band has revealed the track listing will be as follows:

1. Hate
2. Violence
3. Dejection
4. Extermination
5. Tyranny
6. Scorn

The following press release was also issued about the EP: "Their most radical and extreme music to date, the self-titled effort lives up to their name. The new tracks are stripped-down and straight to the point, moving away from the melodic metal of past releases and the commercial metal that has watered-down the style. Instead, Antagonist now relies on their punk and hardcore roots to get their message of social injustice, intolerance, and corruption across. The six-track effort is the biggest musical leap Antagonist has made in its 16 year existence, but it still holds true to what they have always been: an adversary of the status quo, both socially, musically, and lyrically."

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Merdarahta Gathers "The Dark Clouds"

Merdarahta - a project consisting of members of Fuck The Facts and The Sun Through A Telescope - just posted a track from upcoming album "As The Dark Clouds Swept Away We Could See The Sunset." Listen to the song "The Dark Clouds" below.

"As The Dark Clouds Swept Away We Could See The Sunset" was recorded & mixed by Fuck The Facts guitarist Topon Das at his Apartment 2 Studio, and is set for release on January 20th via Noise Salvation Recordings. More...

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