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New Single "Swim With The Leviathan" Issued By Ursinne

Ursinne - the new death metal supergroup featuring David Ingram (Echelon/ex-Bolt Thrower/ex-Benediction/ex-Hail of Bullets) and Jonny Pettersson (Wombbath/Ashcloud) - released the new single "Swim With the Leviathan," which you can check out in the player below. The song is the title track of the upcoming debut album to be issued on August 20th via Transcending Obscurity Records.

It doesn't get bigger than this. Two death metal legends, who've been around for over 20 years actively in the scene, come together to record a jaw-dropping debut under the moniker of Ursinne. Together they churn out the heaviest kind of death metal that is rife with classic appeal and flavor. "Swim With The Leviathan" is a lesson in death metal glory that encapsulates everything that makes the genre timeless.

Ursinne has also tossed in not one or two but four covers of influential songs from the '80s. Watch them give the classic songs a death metal twist, where even the legend Kam Lee of Massacre joins them for one of them.

The track listing for "Swim With the Leviathan" is:

1. Talons
2. Hollow Hearse
3. Devil May Care
4. The Chimes of Midnight
5. Underworld
6. Serpentine
7. Bullet Bitten
8. Something Wicked This Way Comes
9. Crazy Horses (Bonus Track) (The Osmonds Cover)
10. Turning Japanese (Bonus Track) (The Vapors Cover)
11. Monsters in the Parasol (Feat. Kam Lee) (Bonus Track) Queens of the Stone Age Cover)
12. Spellbound (Bonus Track) (Siouxsie and the Banshees Cover)

Check out the title track here:

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