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Metal News for January 13, 2021

Last updated on March 3, 2021 at 9:44 AM ET

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5 news articles posted on this day.

Suffering Hour Premiere New Single "Obscuration"

Forest Lake, Minnesota-based black metal/death metal trio Suffering Hour premiere a new single named "Obscuration". The track taken from their impending new album "The Cyclic Reckoning", which will see the light of day on February 19 via Bandcamp.


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Tombstoner Premiere New Song & Music Video "Guts"

Staten Island, New York-based gore, death metal/grindcore band Tombstoner premiere a new song and music video titled "Guts". The track is taken from their latest EP "Descent to Madness", which was released past year via Redefining Darkness.


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Dipygus Premiere New Song "Myiasis in Human Mouth"

California-based death metal band Dipygus premiere a new song entitled "Myiasis in Human Mouth", taken from their upcoming new album "Bushmeat", which will be out in stores Janaury 25 via Memento Mori.


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Vintersea Premiere New Official Music Video

Vintersea premiere their new official music video for “Crack Of Light“, taken from the album 'Illuminated', available now via M-Theory Audio. The band’s own bassist Karl Whinnery helmed the clip production.

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Of Mice & Men Premiere New Song & Music Video

Of Mice & Men premiere their new single and music video “Obsolete” streaming via YouTube below. The clip was directed by Frankie Nasso (Hollywood Undead, As I Lay Dying). The track is taken from their impending EP, “Timeless“, which will be out in stores February 26th via SharpTone Records.

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