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CORMORANT Post Song From New Album on Myspace

San Francisco Bay Area progressive extreme metallers CORMORANT have unveiled a new song off their upcoming full-length, Metazoa, which was recorded with and produced by Billy Anderson (NEUROSIS, MELVINS, SLEEP, PRIMORDIAL). The song, entitled Salt of the Earth,¯ will be debuted on the band's Myspace at midnight their time (3am EST). According to bassist/vocalist Arthur von Nagel, the band chose to use Salt of the Earth¯ as the first single because, The song succinctly brings our doom, folk, black metal, prog rock and death metal elements together.

Mixed by Anderson and mastered by Justin Weis (HAMMERS OF MISFORTUNE, LUDICRA, SLOUGH FEG), Metazoa features ten tracks of forward-thinking, multihued black metal that combines the folk-tinged atmospheres of Agalloch with straight-up heavy metal thunder, the expansiveness of post-rock, and the progressive blackness of latter-day Enslaved. Increasingly often mentioned in the same breath as friends and like-minded souls Hammers of Misfortune, Ludicra, Giant Squid, and Asunder, CORMORANT have established themselves as one of the brightest rising stars of the once again burgeoning San Francisco metal scene, and with the release of their debut full-length, Metazoa, promise to continue their graceful rise to the top.

Track listing for Metazoa

Scavengers Feast
Uneasy Lies the Head
Salt of the Earth
Blood on the Cornfields
Hanging Gardens
Hole in the Sea
The Crossing
The Emigrant's Wake
The Sky Burial

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Tags:  CORMORANTMetazoaBilly AndersonLudicraGiant Squid

    February 24, 2009

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