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Exclusive CVLT Nation Streaming WAKE – “Low”

Some bands are angry, and then there is WAKE. The infamous and terrifying avant-grind horde from Calgary, Alberta has prepared the battlefiled for what is destined to be one the most humiliatingly devastating and bone-shattering extreme metal releases of the year. WAKE‘s long-awaited third LP – “Sowing the Seeds of a Worthless Tomorrow” – will be coming out on February 26th, 2016, on Sentient Ruin (Tape + Digital – pre-orders HERE), Nerve Altar (US vinyl – pre-orders HERE), 7 Degrees Records (EU vinyl – pre-orders HERE), and EveryDay Hate (CD – pre-orders HERE), and simply put, it just fucking destroys everything. Far from simply being a grindcore band, over the years WAKE has evolved to become a maelstrom of wrecking sonic destruction, drawing life from many different influences and incorporating in their ferocious sound and ghastly striations of black metal, crust, post-hardcore and sludge, creating something that defies categorizations and makes trying to fully understand the sheer tonnage of this band’s brute force absolutely futile. CVLT Nation has been given the privilege to stream the inhuman load of aural violence that is the track “Low” herein, and we urge anyone who has not familiarized with WAKE to remedy immediately to this flaw.

 

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