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DROWNINGMAN share first new music in 16 years. Listen to “Navigating Grief And Loss In A Pre-Apocalyptic Landscape”!

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Burlington, Vermont hardcore / metalcore / mathcore / post hardcore legends DROWNINGMAN have kicked off 2022 with their new track “Navigating Grief and Loss in a Pre-Apocalyptic Landscape”! It marks the first teaser of their new album, to be recorded in March with Steve Evetts (The Dillinger Escape Plan, Snapcase).

Comments vocalist Simon Brody: “This is the first in two new demo tracks we recently completed for our upcoming LP that we will be recording with the producer that sent us on the path to being the band we would become Steve Evetts”.

The new track was engineered, ixed and mastered by Vincent Freeman at The Underground Recording Studio in Randolph, VT.


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