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Extinction Protocol Posts New Song "Chained To Oblivion"

Stereokiller is currently streaming a brand new track from "Aeonic Obliteration," the debut full-length from Erie, Pennsylvania-based deathsquad Extinction Protocol. Unleash "Chained To Oblivion" at this location. The following press release was also issued about the band:

"Radiating the cataclysmic energy of an imploding galaxy, Extinction Protocoal merges modern groove/slam tactics with primal, classic death metal vitality, bridging the most schizophrenic old-school riffage with overpowering breakdowns. 'Chained To Oblivion,' the fifth of nine tracks found on Aeonic Obliteration, demonstrates the band’s brutal trade perfectly, a guttural, earthmoving anthem for annihilation.

"A nihilistic death metal vortex, Extinction Protocol’s debut album, Aeonic Obliteration lyrically scrutinizes the greed and corruption of mankind thus concluding mankind’s eventual downfall due to genetic testing and world altering events.

"With nine devastating songs packed into a nearly thirty-three minute event horizon, Aeonic Obliteration features stellar production values courtesy of Ivan at Anthropocide Studios (Abominable Putridity) and full-color cosmic destruction ala JoeJesus of DeviantArt, and will see release on May 14th worldwide via NYC-based D.I.Y. label P2."

The "Aeonic Obliteration" track listing is as follows:

1. The Merging Of Titans
2. As Life Turns To Ash
3. Engineering The Nemesis
4. Pyroclastic Reformation
5. Chained To Oblivion
6. Heir To An Apocalypse
7. Malignant Existence
8. Arrival Of The Black Sun
9. Unraveling The Human Aether

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