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Toilet Ov Hell is one of the cooler blogs in the clogged plumbing of the interweb. Today they premiere the new single from tech death outfit Inanimate Existence. Tech death outfit sounds like if Iron Man went like full blown evil and just started blasting people’s heads off when Tony Stark gets too wasted. Hmmm…tangent.

Anyway, Inanimate Existence recently announced their forthcoming fourth album, Underneath a Melting Sky. If that bad ass album title doesn’t make you want to take shrooms and lose your mind reading Lovecraft immediately, perhaps you are currently visiting the wrong website?

Says Toilet Ov Hell regarding today’s song premiere:
“In Moonlight I Am Reborn” is the unification of the old and new, bearing the strong, full riffs of the band’s earlier efforts with the ethereal synths of their most recent. The beginning of the song illustrates this perfectly: you’re immediately greeted with a big meaty triplet riff backed with a subtle layer of synth and effects-laden clean guitar. The haunting atmosphere has the subtlety of their older work, but with the multilayered complexity of Calling. The two halves of their sound work together now better than ever before, and the resulting effect is something akin to meditating under a waterfall: relentlessly pummeling, but surprisingly contemplative.”

You can listen to “In Moonlight I Am Reborn” HERE

Pre-orders for Underneath a Melting Sky are now live at these locations:
Merchandise/Bundles: http://smarturl.it/INANIMATE-MERCH
Bandcamp: http://smarturl.it/INANIMATE-BANDCAMP ​

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Sick tour alert for you rabble rousers and couch slouches (to reference D.R.I.). Inanimate Existence from Santa Cruz are hitting the road with a band known for hitting the bong, the green thumbed semi-peaceful warriors of Cannabis Corpse. Major ear violators Mammoth Grinder, one of the more intense acts today, are also on the package. This is a powerful bill of rising bands with a respected sound and work ethic, so don’t miss out. Some great venues like Echoplex, Siberia and Saint Vitus bar on the routing as well. My comrades at New Noise Magazine are one of the sponsors and only put their name on killer tours.

Dates below and music for “Omen” from Tibetan folk inspired death metal meditation A Never Ending Cycle Of Atonement if you click HERE.

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