Morbus Chron post new song

2014-03-02 by Voivod STAFF | 5 Comments
Swedish experimental death metal act Morbus Chron have posted a new track at the official YouTube channel of Century Media Records.

The song is titled "The Perennial Link" and it comes from the band's recently released album (in Europe - February 24) album Sweven. The North American release date has been slated for March 3.

You can listen to the song right here:

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zaruyache
March 2nd 2014
17181 Comments


Still don't like them.

Digging: Penguin Cafe - The Imperfect Sea

SpiritCrusher2
March 2nd 2014
5468 Comments


I love the second half of this song. awesome album

MoosechriS
March 2nd 2014
5957 Comments


Sounds awesome, can't wait for this to arrive.

FearThyEvil
March 2nd 2014
15134 Comments


Album rules face

italianStallion
March 3rd 2014
169 Comments


almost fell asleep



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