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I was away from the computer for a few days and all this awesome new music pops up! So, if ever there was a time for an A/V Roundup, now would be the time. Here is the latest on free new music on the interwebs:

SIN-atra – New York, New York feat. Devin Townsend by Eagle Rock Entertainment

First up, I am completely enamored with this amazing cover of Frank Sinatra's "New York, New York" by Devin Townsend. It is part of Sin-atra, a rock cover compilation of classic Sinatra tunes out March 29th on Eagle Rock.

Fuck YES! There is a new All Shall Perish track out. We are totally bros with the NoCal dudes and we're so pumped to finally hear new output from them. You can check out the track "Divine Illusion" on their Facebook page (all you need to do is "like" the band to hear it). The band is gearing up to appear on Mayhem Fest all Summer.

Trap Them's excellent new album, Darker Handcraft is now available for streaming in it's entirety over at NPR. The album, which was produced by Kurt Ballou (who we recently profiled), sounds like Converge worship at it's finest, and I mean that as a total compliment. The album hits stores March 15th.

Speaking of album streams, The Human Abstract shred masterpiece, Digital Veil is now streaming in full as well. The album comes out tomorrow!

Didja know there is another new Wormrot track out in the wild? You can stream it below, it's called "Spot A Pathetic" and the band shot a live music video for the track this weekend. The band's new album, Dirge hits stores May 3rd.

Not to be out-grinded, Agoraphobic Nosebleed, you know, Scott Hull's other grind band, has released two tracks on their Facebook page which will see their official release via Relapse on a split with Despise You called And On And On…, out April 26.

Chimaira are getting in on the Charlie Sheen meme by re-recording Wild Thing, which you may (or may not) recall was featured in the movie Major League. Metal Wild Thing cover? I'll take it!

Finally, Mastodon have announced that their upcoming Live at the Argon CD/DVD will not only feature an entire live concert (Preview Clip 1, Preview Clip 2, Trailer) but it will also feature the entire tour movie synced with the audio tracks that played behind the band on a video wall during each performance. Fans will get a visual experience, which the band released a teaser for below:

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