WAR FROM A HARLOTS MOUTH: 'To Age And Obsolete' Video Released
"To Age And Obsolete", the new video from the German technical death metal outfit WAR FROM A HARLOTS MOUTH, can be viewed below. The song comes off the band's third album, "MMX", which was released last month through Lifeforce Records.
"MMX" track listing:
01. Insomnia (2:34)
02. To Age And Obsolete (3:43)
03. The Increased Sensation Of Dullness (2:30)
04. Sleep Is The Brother Of Death (1:35)
05. The Polyglutamine Pact (2:54)
06. Cancer Man (0:53)
07. C.G.B. Spender (3:52)
08. Sugarcoat (1:31)
09. Spineless (4:18)
10. Recluse MMX (2:58)
11. Inferno III/VI (5:34)
While WAR FROM A HARLOTS MOUTH has proven its sustainable relevance and snappy creativity over the past five years by combining tech metal, grindcore, hardcore, and jazzy influences, "MMX" "showcases a wider range of ferocious influences than seen on the band's previous efforts," according to a press release. "'MMX' is the band's most extreme release to date; WAR FROM A HARLOTS MOUTH is once again defining new standards for the extreme underground."
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