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Last updated on August 5, 2020 at 1:57 AM ET

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My Death Belongs To You Premiere New Song

Swiss funeral doom / death metal unit My Death Belongs To You premiere a new song entitled "Your dark embrace". The song is off of the one-man band's impending new release "The world seems to be fading", which will be out in stores October 10 via Funere.

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Fawn Limbs Premiere New Song "The Vermin Massif"

Fawn Limbs premiere a new song titled "The Vermin Massif", taken from their upcoming new album "Sleeper Vessels". The record will be out in stores September 18 on vinyl via Roman Numeral Records (U.S.) and through Wolves and Vibrancy Records (Europe). The CD will be available through the band and Dark Trail Records and the tape via Sludgelord Records.

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Chrome Waves Premiere New Song "On the Precipice"

Midwest post-black metal outfit Chrome Waves premiere a new song entitled "On the Precipice", taken from their upcoming new album "Where We Live", which will be out in stores September 25, via Bandcamp.

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Horse Drawn Premiere Full-Album Stream Of New EP

Ohio-based black metal duo Horse Drawn premiere the full-album stream of the band's brand new EP "Amongst Ghosts", which was released August 4, 2020 via Bandcamp.

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