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Chicago’s Instrumental duo Outrun the Sunlight has posted a new demo track online titled “The Seventh and the Fourth,” which can be heard in the SoundCloud player below or at this location. For more info on Outrun the Sunlight, head over to the band’s Facebook profile here.

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Inner Fortress has checked in with the following announcement about working on new material and gearing up to release a demo song online:

“Hello everyone! (Yes we are still alive) we thought after a long period of silence we’d shed some light and clarify a few things:

“Having finished writing a second EP some time ago we decided we were no longer happy with the musical direction and that we could deliver more. After a break we are now back in the writing process of a new set list with a few demos already in the bag, following a new more melodic approach.

“Keep an eye on this page as additional updates and content are on the way. As a start tomorrow afternoon we will be uploading an old unreleased demo track recorded shortly after the original EP called ‘Folds of Scarlet Drapery.’”

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Swedish act Vengha has posted a new song online for streaming titled “Drink It Up,” which can be heard at the band’s Facebook profile here. Vengha also issued this brief biography:

“Vengha are five lads from Sweden whose only goal is to conquer the world. From the beginning it has always been focus on keeping it live, raw and heavy!

“With the groovy rhythm section by Pontus Magnusson and Micael Källerklint, genius guitarlicks by Robin Ungh, a freaking tight Mojje ‘CurghA’ Andersson and the screaming wordsmither Robin ‘Lave’ Ohlausson, are they ready to take the world by storm!”

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Newly formed German five-piece Koriban has posted the band’s debut demo online, titled “I Am The Man.” Check out the song in the player below.

The band comments on its sound: “Besides sizzling riffs, having roots in thrash / death metal, as well as speed and bloodcurdling shouts, there’s something for everyone.” More details on Koriban are available over at Facebook.

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Swiss act Make Me A Donut has posted a new demo song online titled “Revelations,” which is available for streaming in the player below. More info on the band can also be found via Facebook. Make Me A Donut is:

Nathan Botelho – Bass
Marc Chevalley – Guitar
Julien Toscini – Guitar
Joan “Yout’s” Liechti – Drums
Isaïe Massy – Vocals

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Sweden’s Eternal Oath has posted a new demo song online titled “Sunborn,” which is available for sreaming via the band’s Facebook profile here. The band commented on the track:

“So folks, this is the first of three songs that we recorded for promotional purposes, and we thought that why not let you guys hear some of the stuff, that we´ve been up to for the past months. Hope you´ll like it…”

Eternal Oath also previously commented about working on new material: “As you probably noticed it’s been pretty quiet on our side but the songwriting process for the new album has taken up a lot of time. Currently, nine songs are ready for the final arrangements. We plan to write a couple more before we start recording the new album, tentatively in late January. See ya!”

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“Torpedo Of Truth”, a brand new demo song from Los Angeles-based traditional metallers WHITE WIZZARD, can be seen streamed below.

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U.S. death metal act Necrophagia, which recently announced the return of keyboardist Mirai Kawashima, has posted a new rough demo song online for streaming. You can listen to the song “Silentium Vel Mortis” below. The track is based around Dario Argento’s “The Three Mothers” films (“Suspiria,” “Inferno,” and “The Mother of Tears”). For more info on Necrophagia, head over to the band’s Facebook profile here.

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