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FALLUJAH, DARKANE, STATIC ABYSS & More Added To The Commute Playlist

Plus Mizmor and Thou, Sentient Horror, Moonlight Sorcery & more!

Fallujah 2022

No matter if you're commuting to work an hour away, or commuting from your bed to the home office, we can all agree that getting up and dealing with those first groggy hours sucks. We're here to make it suck less with our ongoing playlist The Commute, which brings you all the best new metal every Monday morning.

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Welcome to this week's edition of The Commute! This week, we've added everything from Darkane's first new song (and album) in nearly a decade, Fallujah's new song that sees the band returning to their usual technical death metal with a new lineup, a track from the surprise collaboration between Mizmor and Thou, and way more.

This week's additions include:

  1. "Inhuman Spirits" by Darkane, from their upcoming album Inhuman Spirits due out June 24.
  2. "Radiant Ascension" by Fallujah, from their upcoming album Empyrean due out September 9.
  3. "Prefect" from the recent Mizmor and Thou collaborative record Myopia.
  4. "Till Death Do Us Rot" by Sentient Horror, from their recent album Rites Of Gore.
  5. "Celestial Fire" by The Spirit, from their recent album Of Clarity And Galactic Structures.
  6. "Feasting On Eyes" by Static Abyss, from their recent album Labyrinth Of Veins.
  7. "Ice-Veiled Spell" by Moonlight Sorcery, from their recent album Piercing Through The Frozen Eternity.
  8. "Engrossed In Decay" by Molder, from their upcoming album Engrossed In Decay due out July 15.

Now get out there and kick some ass this week.

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