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A/V Roundup: New music from KORN, Trent Reznor, HOWL, The Funeral Pyre, The Austerity Program

It's time for your Tuesday roundup of Audio goodies! There are a ton of new releases around this time of year, so naturally there is a ton of streams happening around the web. The A/V Roundup is here to bring you up to speed on whats happening…

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Based on some tracking of video searches, I've come to find that some of you dig Korn out there. So I feel it is my duty to inform you that they are streaming the full studio version of "Oildale (Leave Me Alone)", the first single off Korn III: Remember Who You Are. The track sounds like Fieldy really wanted to make sure you knew he is in the band. Am I right guys?

In our last roundup, we mentioned how Trent Reznor is forming a band with his wife, Mariqueen Maandig. The band is called How To Destroy Angels and they have posted their first full MP3 on Pitchfork. Spoiler alert: Sounds like new age NIN with female vocals.

Howl is a band we've talked a lot about lately on the site. We actually interviewed the sludge masters on our trip to the New England Metal and Hardcore Festival and saw somethings we probably shouldn't have. Be on the lookout for that. For now, you can stream their new album, Full Of Hell on Stereogum. Make sure to stretch your neck so you don't suffer from the whiplash which shalt be brought by their thick riffs.

Post-hardcore act The Austerity Program are streaming their new EP, Backsliders & Apostates Will Burn, in full right over here

Our bro-bros at Metalsucks are hosting a stream of a new track from The Funeral Pyre. How can one describe the band? Blackened death maybe?

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