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Dethklok Unveil New Song: ‘I Ejaculate Fire’

Written by Kiel Egging on September 1, 2012

Cartoon death metallers Dethlok have released the first taste of their forthcoming album – premiering the track I Ejaculate Fire.

Banana 101.5 say the new song by death metal’s version of Gorillaz “consists of the simple and accessible blood-thirst for which Dethklok are beloved.”

After one listen to it, we reckon the track will cause quite a bit of havoc in the mosh pit. Check it out below.

It’s the opening track from the band’s new record Dethalbum III, which is scheduled for release locally on October 16. Dethalbum III is once again co-produced by DETHKLOK co-creator Brendon Small and producer Ulrich Wild (The Dethalbum and Dethalbum II).

Dethalbum III tracklisting:

I Ejaculate Fire
Crush The Industry
Andromeda
The Galaxy
Starved
Killstardo Abominate
Ghostqueen
Impeach God
Biological Warfare
Skyhunter
The Hammer
Rejoin

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