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PLEBEIAN GRANDSTAND Induce Sensory Overload on "Eros Culture"

The merciless Frenchmen are returning next week with their best album yet. Check out this new song now!

The merciless Frenchmen are returning next week with their best album yet. Check out this new song now!

France's Blackened Noise outfit, Plebeian Grandstand are returning next Friday with their new album False Highs, True Lows. The Toulouse quartet has been garnering attention for their brash and chaotic music for a handful of years now as they bring together elements from genres such like Mathcore and Black Metal. Today we at Metal Injection are lucky enough to premiere a new song from this upcoming album, entitled "Eros Culture".

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The new song comes in the form of a music video appearing below. The video features Simon, Adrien, Olivier, and Ivo as near-silhouettes performing the track on a blood-red backdrop. Flashes of white and black jump across the screen rapidly enough to provoke epilepsy. "Eros Culture" is a personal favorite from the new album, although it is guaranteed the entire album is as utterly ruthless as this song. It is a savage display of metal and this new song epitomizes Plebeian Grandstand's best work yet.

False Highs, True Lows arrives April 29th through Throatruiner Records. Album purchases can be made at this site and you can find the band on Facebook. Make sure to check them out, let us know what you think, and support great music!

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