Mass Infection air new track

2018-11-03 by Voivod STAFF | 1 Comments
Hellenic death metal band Mass Infection is streaming a brand new track at the official Bandcamp location of Comatose Music.

Titled "To The Lords of Revulsion", the track has been drawn from the band's upcoming album Shadows Became Flesh, due out on December 7.

Be sure to check if you are a fan of Monstrosity, Hate Eternal etc.:
http://comatosemusic.bandcamp.com/track/to-the-lords-of-revulsion

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combustion07
November 5th 2018
6367 Comments


Actually dug this quite a bit. Love the album cover too. The Age of Recreation was a solid album so I'll definitely give this a shot. Last Comatose album that I enjoyed was the latest Blasphemer. Maybe I should check into their current roster because they seem to have more diversity going on than I've ever known them to have



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