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MEGADETH, DESTRAGE, CARNATION & More Added To The Commute Playlist

Plus Void Rot, Cloud Rat, Werewolves, and Orthodox.

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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. The concept behind the Commute in terms of inclusion of artists is simple – all releases from each artist are represented by one single. So if you've got a new album and an EP, you're on there twice (etc.). The reasoning behind this is to include as many artists for you to discover as possible without overloading the playlist. Enjoy!

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Welcome to this week's edition of The Commute! This week we've included everything from Megadeth's mega-thrashy new single, a frantic new Destrage track, a gory-as-hell new Carnation offering, and way more! This week's additions include:

  1. "We'll Be Back" by Megadeth, from their upcoming record The Sick, the Dying… and the Dead! due out September 2.
  2. "Stench Of Death" by Carnation, from their recent single Stench of Death featuring a cover of "Supposed To Rot" by Entombed.
  3. "Everything Sucks And I Think I'm A Big Part Of It" by Destrage, from their upcoming record SO MUCH. too much. due out September 16.
  4. "Head On A Spike" by Orthodox, from their upcoming record Learning To Dissolve due out August 16.
  5. "We Are Better Than You" by Werewolves, from their recent album From The Cave To The Grave.
  6. "Cusp" by Cloud Rat, from their upcoming record Threshold due out October 7.
  7. "Telluric Dismemberment" by Void Rot, from their upcoming EP Telluric Dismemberment due out July 22 featuring a cover of "Black Embrace" by Amorphis.

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