Antagony return, announce LP

2019-04-13 by brettgoespunk | 2 Comments
Deathcore pioneers Antagon have returned to release their first album since 2009, and first with the entire original lineup since 2001. The song, entitled "End of the Circle", is the lead single from their new album, Ashes. The band will release a new song every week up until the release of the album on May 24th.

Antagony are a super influential Bay Area metal band who were the first to fuse death metal/grind with hardcore. Guitarist Ben Orum went on to form All Shall Perish, and lead songwriter Nick Vasallo became a very successful classical composer.

Listen to the new song here or preorder the album on their bandcamp page.



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Nazzadan
April 13th 2019
2170 Comments


Had no idea, extremely fucking hyped

Edit: Oh it's just rerecordings. Still cool

brettgoespunk
April 14th 2019
281 Comments


yeah looks like its just gonna be a rerecording of See Through These Eyes. Just noticed that somehow. Still pretty hype.



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