New Deathspell Omega Track

2012-05-21 by DarkNoctus | 23 Comments
French black metallers Deathspell Omega are streaming a track from their upcoming EP at Decibel.

The track is called Abrasive Swirling Murk, from the EP titled Drought, which is set for release on June 22nd.

http://www.decibelmagazine.com/featured/streaming-deathspell-omega-abrasive-swirling-murk/

Tagged: Deathspell Omega

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psite45
May 21st 2012
275 Comments


yeaah

Hyperion1001
Staff Reviewer
May 21st 2012
19743 Comments


nice to hear new tracks from THE ORIGINAL PROGRESSIVE BLACKENED DEATH METAL band

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Tyrael
May 21st 2012
21005 Comments


^ lol

but it's good

Wolfhorde
May 21st 2012
14833 Comments


For whatever reason the play button doesn't work for me. BLACK METAL MADNESS.

SpiritCrusher2
May 21st 2012
4426 Comments


here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C4YT_hRwO5c

the song rules

Voivod
Staff Reviewer
May 21st 2012
6949 Comments


Sweet

Shuyin
May 21st 2012
12693 Comments


yea, this is good stuff.

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MO
May 21st 2012
20288 Comments


not bad

Wolfhorde
May 21st 2012
14833 Comments


Thanks, SpiritCrusher.

Yeah, doesn't sound too bad.

fulgrim
May 21st 2012
1542 Comments


pretty decent track, should be a good EP.

Turtlestlker
May 21st 2012
825 Comments


I'm digging this.


PapaH
May 21st 2012
42 Comments


Excellent.

DarkNoctus
May 21st 2012
9491 Comments


i thought it was great :]

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AngelofDeath
Emeritus
May 21st 2012
16160 Comments


Gets better toward the end.

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ctaxxxx
May 21st 2012
222 Comments


Think i'm the only black metal listener here that doesn't like these guys... Then again, i'm not a big fan of blackened death metal. Especially PROGRESSIVE blackened death metal.

zaruyache
May 21st 2012
11470 Comments


I'm not crazy about their stuff, either, but this song was pretty good. Heavy.

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RevenantBlue
May 22nd 2012
136 Comments


Looking forward to this EP. Song lives up to the band's standards, not to mention its name.

Katechon
May 22nd 2012
684 Comments


Preparing to cream myself.

BradMan
May 22nd 2012
387 Comments


This are relevant to my interests...

SmokingTheClouds
May 22nd 2012
639 Comments


Intriguing composition style. I'm happy it's akin to, Paracletus. Very excited for this EP to be released.

sifFlammable
May 22nd 2012
2741 Comments


i like slower melodic sections much more than the fast paced dbm parts so il wait for that i guess

"the awful vocalist is the greatest band ruiner since the guy from arcade fire"

no and no


Photon
May 22nd 2012
1296 Comments


Nothing wrong with the vocalist , but i guess your just trolling

liledman
May 22nd 2012
3828 Comments


for some reason the drumming feels different to their other releases



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