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GRAVESEND Stays Filthy With New Song "Ashen Piles of the Incinerated"

Another two minutes of chunky deathgrind.

Gravesend, the band named after the cemetery in Brooklyn founded in 1658, is back with another filthy new song called "Ashen Piles of the Incinerated". If you're a fan of some seriously gritty deathgrind that conjures up the worst New York had to offer a few decades ago (and probably now too), then this one is for you!

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Methods Of Human Disposal was recorded by Nolan Voss of Thirty Legion, mixed by Arthur Rizk (Power Trip, Tomb Mold, Xibalba), and mastered by Brad Boatright (Obituary, Vastum, Terminal Nation). Pre-orders are available here.

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