Master stream new album

2013-09-19 by Voivod STAFF | 6 Comments
Chicago-based death metal veterans Master are streaming their new (eleventh) album The Witchhunt at Terrorizer.

The album will be officially out on September 27 through F.D.A. Rekotz.

Album stream: http://www.terrorizer.com/news/streams/listen-masters-new-album-entirety/

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Smial
September 19th 2013
800 Comments


oh fuck yes

Madbutcher3
September 19th 2013
1748 Comments


Hey the riffs are pretty decent and the production isn't horrid
where is master and what is this imposter band

demigod!
September 19th 2013
49190 Comments


sweet

Digging: Charles Bronson - Youth Attack!

NocteDominum
September 19th 2013
7314 Comments


de sweet succulent riffs

DikkoZinner
September 19th 2013
5053 Comments


These guys put out some quality shit early in their career, I'll be checking this.

ViperAces
September 20th 2013
12570 Comments


awesome band



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