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VIO-LENCE Streams First New Song In 29 Years "Flesh From Bone"

Phil Demmel still has the riffs.

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After about a year of teasing (and a Dead Kennedys cover), Vio-lence is back with their new single "Flesh From Bone" off the coming EP Let The World Burn.

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"This is the first Vio-lence song I had written in close to 30 years," said guitarist Phil Demmel. "I wanted to keep some of those early Eternal Nightmare qualities intact but infuse a lot of what I've culled into my songwriting arsenal over the decades. 'Flesh From Bone' has the frenetic picking/fingering riffs and the solo trade-offs that are pretty old-school, and I'm also wearing my influences on my sleeve with a few Exodus and Slayer-inspired riffs."

Let The World Burn was recorded by Juan Urteaga (Machine Head, Exodus), mixed by Tue Madsen (Dark Tranquillity, Heaven Shall Burn), and mastered by Ted Jensen (Alice In Chains, Death Angel). Let The World Burn is out March 4 and pre-orders are available here.

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