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New Track from crushing Black Metal band Deuil

Deuil hails from Liege, Belgium, and they are no stranger to CVLT Nation. Technically, I deserve a late pass because this track was posted by the band in mid-August and I am now just getting to it. The first I heard this band was back with their Acceptance/Rebuild release of last year. They have obviously put more production love into this release, but the raw hostility is ever-present in this new track. The new track “Deny” starts off with the familiar drone-sludge riff and drums just crushing in typical Deuil fashion, then we are faced with a blasting wall of of intensity. I can’t get enough of this track, and I am looking forward to the release of the other side – I am sure the full spectrum of the release is going to be most excellent. But don’t take my word for it, take the 10+ minutes and listen to the track. Support this band.

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Album Artwork from Rotten Fantom

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Native to the greater punk/hardcore scene of Buffalo, NY. Cassette Tape collector, avid rock climber, in a handful of black metal bands based out of Austin, TX. Apart of the RedRiverFamily Instagram: @Ravnblod | Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RedRiverFamilyRecords

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