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A new single comes out of the swamp: Black Tusk’s “Agali” is now streaming

A new single comes out of the swamp: Black Tusk’s “Agali” is now streaming
Savannah-based group Black Tusk has been expressing constantly its take upon the general disorder through apocalyptic, stylistic means. Revolving around the local swampy legends, the band has released records in a flawless matter since its inception in 2015. Not even the saddest episode a band can go through, which is the death of a member, didn't put this band to rest. Jonathan Athon, who passed away in a motorcycle crash in 2014, was replaced by Kylesa’s bassist Corey Barhorst and aiming to honour his name, Black Tusk came with the latest album “Pillars of Ash”. Two years after that, the American group announces the making of a new album and streams a new single taken from this one, namely “Agali”, the third track on the upcoming disc, which spreads one of the most punk-infused sludge metal out there.

 
 
The album is titled “TCBT” and will be out on the 17th of August as digipak CD, gatefold LP and cassette. The mixing of the upcoming record was undertaken by the newest member, guitarist Chris “Scary” Adams, with mastering by Brad Boatright, who worked on the previous album as well and is renowned for collaborations with Corrosion of Conformity, Obituary, All Pigs Must Die, and so many others. 
 
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