Pelican post new song

2013-08-15 by Voivod STAFF | 25 Comments
Post-rock instrumental quartet Pelican have posted a new track, entitled 'Deny The Absolute' at Metal Insider.

You can listen to the song right here: http://www.metalinsider.net/new-music/this-new-pelican-track-is-absolutely-undeniable

'Deny The Absolute' will be included in the band's upcoming album Forever Becoming, which is due for release on October 15 from Southern Lord Records.






PS: Pelican have recently posted at the same location, another new song from their new album, titled 'Immutable Dusk'.

You can listen to the song right here: http://www.metalinsider.net/new-music/pelican-soar-at-immutable-dusk

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BallsToTheWall
August 15th 2013
45128 Comments


Rules hard.

Digging: Aelter - IV: Love Eternal

jmh886
August 15th 2013
1030 Comments


^Like always

Ignimbrite
August 15th 2013
5655 Comments


great song

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DamnVanne
August 15th 2013
2029 Comments


Amazazing

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chemicalmarriage
August 15th 2013
2103 Comments


Sweeeeeet

InFiction
August 15th 2013
3767 Comments


Slays.

Relinquished
August 15th 2013
28857 Comments


the new guy brought the heavy back for them

MO
August 15th 2013
19632 Comments


nice

Beauville88
August 15th 2013
238 Comments


Unreal. This is shaping up to be an AOTY contender.

cagedescending
August 15th 2013
4124 Comments


Abhor the absolute

Celestial reign denied

YetAnotherBrick
August 15th 2013
4974 Comments


forever becoming is such a good album title

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withateethuh
August 15th 2013
94 Comments


This makes me happy.

Calc
August 15th 2013
12837 Comments


goood song

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DamnVanne
August 15th 2013
2029 Comments


excellent jam. definitely gonna get the new album

UrsaMajor
August 15th 2013
41 Comments


sick

RogueNine
August 15th 2013
1727 Comments


Immutable Dusk was posted in the last news article. I really liked it.

RogueNine
August 15th 2013
1727 Comments


Wow, this is killer. I didn't care for their past albums but it sounds like they've got it.

Wizard
August 16th 2013
19882 Comments


Love it.

BallsToTheWall
August 16th 2013
45128 Comments


Song is Gandalf approved. Rejoice everyone.

Wizard
August 16th 2013
19882 Comments


I love this band and always will if they continue making this type of hooky instrumental metal without all of the wank (Scale the Summit, Chuck Schuldiner called from the grave and wants all of his riffs back).

JAV
August 16th 2013
2037 Comments


Holy shit Karl likes something haha.

This is shaping up nicely so far

Wizard
August 16th 2013
19882 Comments


I like lots but only comment on the negative poop ; ).

GibTG
August 16th 2013
281 Comments


Sounds like a return to glory!

TrueBlood
August 16th 2013
1388 Comments


swee will hv to check

JAV
August 17th 2013
2037 Comments


I wanna see more happy Karl posts.



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