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THY ART IS MURDER Release Live "Puppet Master" Video & Embark On UK Tour

Australia's merchants of brutality THY ART IS MURDER are currently on tour in Europe in support of their freshly released album, Dear Desolation. Today, the band has begun their conquest of the UK and have released a live footage music video for the track "Puppet Master", in conjunction. Check out the clip here:

Dear Desolation was produced, engineered, mixed and mastered by Will Putney at Graphic Nature Audio in Belleville, NJ. Artwork was created by Eliran Kantor (HATEBREED, TESTAMENT, ICED EARTH, SODOM).

"Puppet Master":
"The Son of Misery" guitar playthrough:
"The Son of Misery":
"Slaves Beyond Death":
Stories of Desolation #1:
Stories of Desolation #2:
Stories of Desolation #3:

Order Dear Desolation
Digitally from iTunes
Black/Orange Marble Vinyl, here
CD or Vinyl, here
Clear/Black/White Splatter Vinyl , here

03.10. UK Cardiff - Uni
04.10. UK Leeds - Key Club
05.10. UK Glasgow - Garage
06.10. UK Manchester - Club Academy
07.10. UK Birmingham - o2 Academy2
08.10. UK London - The Electric Ballroom
09.10. UK Nottingham - Rescue Rooms

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