MERRIMACK: Another New Song Available For Streaming

"Beati Estis Cum Maledixirint Vobis", a brand new song from French black metallers MERRIMACK, can be streamed in the YouTube clip below. The track comes off the band's new album, "The Acausal Mass", which will be released on June 22 via AFM Records. The CD was once again produced by Tore Stjerna and Sverker Widgren at Necromorbus Studio (WATAIN, DESTRÖYER 666, OFERMOD, PORTRAIT, UNANIMATED, SETHERIAL) in Stockholm, Sweden.

Video footage from the studio can be seen below.

"The Acausal Mass" track listing:

01. Vestals Of Descending Light
02. Arousing Wombs In Nine Angels Pleroma
03. Gospel Of The Void
04. Beati Estis Cum Maledixirint Vobis
05. Hypophanie
06. Obstetrics Of Devourment
07. Worms In The Divine Intestine
08. Abortion Light
09. Liminal Matter Corruption

According to a press release, "The Acausal Mass" is "a milestone of orthodox and brilliant black metal, balancing malicious underground spirit and wickedly simmered maturity."

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