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Metal News for February 12, 2021

Last updated on July 23, 2021 at 10:51 AM ET

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5 news articles posted on this day.

The Amenta Premiere Pre-Release Full-Album Stream

Australian death metal band The Amenta premiere the pre-release full-album stream of the band's upcoming new album "Revelator", which will be out in stores February 19th via Debemur Morti Productions.

Check out now "Revelator" in its entirety below.

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Paysage d’Hiver Premiere New Track "Bluet"

Switzerland-based black metal unit Paysage d’Hiver premiere a new track called "Bluet", taken from their upcoming new album "Geister". The effort is slated for release on April 23 via to the act’s Bandcamp page.

Check out now "Bluet" below.

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Turris Eburnea Premiere "Malachite Mountains"

Experimental death metal band Turris Eburnea (Krallice, Cosmic Putrefaction, etc.) premiere a new song named "Malachite Mountains", taken from their upcoming self-titled EP. The outing will be released by Everlasting Spew Records (CD and digital) on March 15th, with vinyl arriving later.

Check out now "Malachite Mountains" below.

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Aversed Premiere New Song "Abandoned"

Boston-based melodic death metal band Aversed premiere a new song titled "Abandoned". The track is taken from their upcoming new album "Impermanent", which will be out in stores March 19th.

Says drummer Jeff Saltzman about the song: More...

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Ozzy Osbourne Premieres New Animated Music Video

Ozzy Osbourne premieres a new official animated music video for his “It’s A Raid“. The track appears on Ozzy‘s latest studio album, “Ordinary Man“ and is a collaboration with Post Malone. It tells the story of Osbourne accidentally calling the police to a drugged out studio session for Black Sabbath “Vol. 4” recording sessions back in 1972, after mistakenly activating the security alarm.

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