STUDFAUST: 'Half Human, Half Dynamite' Song Available For Streaming

"Half Human, Half Dynamite", a song from STUDFAUST, the new project featuring Bård "Faust" Eithun (EMPEROR, BLOOD TSUNAMI, MONGO NINJA) and Tore Bratseth (a.k.a. Stud Bronson of THE BATALLION, OLD FUNERAL), can be streamed in the YouTube clip below. The cut is one of two "dirty, firesparking tracks in the spirit of the old school of metal/punk" that the band recorded last November for a seven-inch single, which will be released on March 16 via Soulseller Records

According to a press release, "Music like this is rarely made nowadays with such authenticity and passion, and these veterans in the metal scene now show their musical muscles with a 'piss-off' attitude."

The seven-inch single will most likely become a cult collector's item, as only 500 copies are being pressed.

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