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Listen to Venom Prison's brutal new track Uterine Industrialisation, taken from new album Samsara
Destructive death metallers Venom Prison have released a video for their new track Uterine Industrialisation, taken from upcoming album Samsara.
Samsara is the follow-up to their 2016 4K-rated debut Animus, due for release March 15 via Prosthetic Records.
The term Samsara comes from the Buddhist concept of being reborn into a continuous cycle of suffering. Cheerful stuff, right? The album art comes from German artist Eliran Kantor who has also worked with Thy Art Is Murder, Hatebreed, Testament and more.
Uterine Industrialisation is the first single released from their upcoming second LP, and deals with the topic of forced surrogacy. You can watch the blood-drenched video below.
2. Megillus & Leana
3. Uterine Industrialisation
4. Self Inflicted Violence
5. Deva's Enemy
6. Asura's Realm
7. Sadistic Rituals
8. Implementing The Metaphysics Of Morals
Samsara is out March 15 and available to pre-order now.
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30: Bristol, Exchange
31: London, Underworld
01: Leeds, Key Club
02: Manchester, Rebellion
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