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    Posted: 06 Mar 2012 at 6:00am

-16- Debut Brand New Song

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Los Angeles, CA misanthropic sludge-rockers -16- have revealed a brand new song from their highly anticipated new album Deep Cuts from Dark Clouds. The song, entitled “Her Little “Accident”” is available as a lyric video at this location. Deep Cuts from Dark Clouds, the group’s most pissed-off, vitriolic recording to date was recorded in late 2011 at Double Time Studios in San Diego, CA with producer/engineer Jeff Forrest.

The record will be released on CD/LP/Digital in North America on April 24th 2012 and May 7th in Europe, with pre-orders and artwork available now at this location.

Additionally, -16- will be shooting their first music video with director Tyson Montrucchio (BRUTAL TRUTH, CATTLE DECAPITATION) next month for the song "Her Little "Accident"". More details on the video will be announced shortly.

“The vibe is still one of blisteringly controlled drop-tuned aggression in the style of Helmet, Unsane or Prong with fewer frills than a prison-made birthday card.” – Metal Hammer

“An unrelenting demonstration of how to express yourself as violently and loudly as possible." – Outburn

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