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Last updated on February 22, 2017 at 1:02 AM ET

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Ulsect Debuts New Song "Fall to Depravity"

Dutch band Ulsect - featuring guitarist Joris Bonis and drummer Jasper Barendregt from Dodecahedron, as well as ex-Textures bass player Dennis Aarts - debuts a new song entitled "Fall to Depravity", taken from the upcoming self-titled debut album, which will is due to arrive on May 12, 2017 via Season of Mist.

Check out now "Fall to Depravity" below.

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Gjendød Premieres Pre-Release Full-Album Stream

Norwegian black metal outfit Gjendød premieres the pre-release full-album stream of the band's upcoming debut full-length "Nedstigning", which will be released on CD by Hellthrasher Productions on February 24th, with tape and vinyl editions to follow from Darker Than Black.

Check out now "Nedstigning" in its entirety below.

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Architects Premieres New Music Video For "Gravity"

British metalcore band Architects premieres a new music video for "Gravity", taken from the band's latest album "All Our Gods Have Abandoned Us".

Check out now "Gravity" below.

Architects will be touring North America witch Stray From The Path and Make Them Suffer. Here’s where it will take them: More...

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Reaping Asmodeia Pre-Release Full-Album Streaming

Minneapolis based tech-death metal band Reaping Asmodeia premieres the pre-release full-album stream of the band's upcoming new album "Impuritize", which will arrive in stores this Friday, February 24th via Prosthetic Records.

Check out now "Impuritize" in its entirety below.

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