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Metal News for April 24, 2021

Last updated on May 8, 2021 at 4:15 AM ET

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3 news articles posted on this day.


Thy Rites Premiere Pre-Release Full-Album Stream

Brazilian black/thrash metal band Thy Rites have teamed up with Metalundergound.com to exclusively premiere the pre-release full-album stream of the band's upcoming new album "Nekrolatreia". The effort will be co-released by Satanath Records (Russia), The Ritual Productions (Netherlands) and Vrykoblast Productions (Singapore) on April 25th.

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Alluvial Premiere New Track & Music Video

Alluvial premiered their new single and music video “40 Stories” taken from their impending new effort “Sarcoma“. Nuclear Blast have a May 28th release date scheduled for that album. Alluvial‘s current lineup consists of guitarist Wes Hauch (ex-The Faceless/Black Crown Initiate, etc.), ex-Suffocation vocalist Kevin Muller, drummer Matthew Paulazzo (Aegaeon, The Zenith Passage) and bassist Tim Walker (Entheos).

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Inhuman Condition (Obituary) Premiere New Video

Inhuman Condition premiere their new music video and single “Tyrantula“. The group’s debut album “Rat God” is presently set for a June 04th digital release through Blood Blast Distribution and on CD on Listenable Insanity Records. A vinyl release will be avaiable August 06th via Black Serpent Records.

Inhuman Condition are comprised of bassist Terry Butler (Obituary), Jeramie Kling and Taylor Nordberg (The Absence/Goregäng). Ex-Massacre guitarist Rick Rozz contibutes a guest solo to this aong in particular. Both Kling and Nordberg were members of Massacre until exiting the band late last year on bad terms.

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