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Metal News for April 11, 2020

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5 news articles posted on this day.

Rotting Out Premiere New Music Video

A new official music video for Rotting Out‘s track “Last Man Standing” has premiered online. The track is taken from the group’s third full-length album “Ronin“, out in stores now via Pure Noise Records.


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Insidious Disease Premiere New Single

Insidious Disease have inked a deal with Nuclear Blast and are wrapping up a new album entitled “After Death”. The group - featuring Dimmu Borgir guitarist Silenoz, Napalm Death bassist Shane Embury, ex-Nile drummer Tony Laureano premiere a new track from it called “Enforcers Of The Plague“ streaming below.


Silenoz commented of this track and the band’s plans for their sophomore album: More...

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Hyeena (Ex-Ligeia) Premiere Full-Album Stream

Hyeena - featuring ex-Ligeia singer Keith Holuk - premiere their new EP “Glory” in full streaming via YouTube for you below. The effort arrives via Emmure vocalist Frankie Palmeri‘s Redzone Records.

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Drain Premiere New Music Video “California Cursed”

Drain premiere a music video for the title track to their recently released record “California Cursed” which landed in stores via Revelation Records. Stream it below:


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Nightmarer Premiere New Song

Nightmarer - featuring current and ex-members of The Ocean, War From A Harlots Mouth etc. - premiere a new single called “II: Metastasis (Primordial Grit)“. The song is the group’s first to surface since the addition of guitarist Keith Merrow (Conquering Dystopia, Alluvial) last August.


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