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Metal News for May 16, 2020

Last updated on July 10, 2020 at 2:47 PM ET

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5 news articles posted on this day.

Dearth Premiere New Single

Oakland, California based blackened death metal outfit Dearth premiere a new song named "Death Sown in Polluted Soil", taken from their upcoming debut album "To Crown All Befoulment", which will be out in stores on vinyl, cassette and digitally June 19 via Sentient Ruin.

Check out now "Death Sown in Polluted Soil" below.

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156/Silence Premiere New Song "Upset/Unfed"

Pittsburgh’s 156/Silence premiere a new song entitled "Upset/Unfed", taken from their upcoming new album "Irrational Pull", which will be released on June 5 via Bandcamp.

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Mnemocide Premiere Full-Album Stream Of New CD

Swiss death metal band Mnemocide premiere the full-album stream of the band's brand new album "Feeding the Vultures", which was released by Czar Of Crickets Productions on May 15th.

Check out now "Feeding the Vultures" in its entirety below.

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Instigate Premiere New Song "Atonement"

Italian death metal band named Instigate premiere a new song entitled "Atonement", taken from their upcoming new EP "Echoes Of A Dying World", which will be released on May 29th via Bandcamp. Drummer Kevin Talley (Suffocation, Dying Fetus, Misery Index, etc.) took over studio drums duities on that album.

Check out now "Atonement" below.

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Left Behind Premiere New Music Video

Left Behind premiere a b-side track titled “Waiting For The End” from their latest outing, “No One Goes To Heaven“. A new official music video for it - inspired by the hit video game ‘Animal Crossing: New Horizons‘ - can be streamed below.

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