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Inhuman Remnants release new single + “Solipsis” EP out June 1

26 April 2018 — Spawning from deep within the aphotic caverns that lurk below the nation’s capital of Canberra comes Inhuman Remnants. They are today announcing the release of their new track – II. Solipsis! Premiered at Youtube Channel Slam Worldwide to their audience of nearly 100k subscribers, the brutal, dark Death Metal track shows off the razor sharp edges, devastating vocals and precision playing of the band.

The track is part two of a three-part story that makes up the mini-EP ‘Solipsis’ that will see its full release on June 1 through Eschatonic Records. The single will see its release this Friday in iTunes, Bandcamp and Spotify.


The dark, brooding track was Mixed/Mastered at TsunTsun Productions and the lyric video created by Drain Hope.

Inhuman Remnants are a mainstay of the Death Metal scene in Australia – The end of 2012 saw them release their first EP ‘Anathema’ along with the start of many live shows along the east coast of Australia. Gaining momentum, the band began amassing an eager online following and 16 months later, they released their sophomore EP ‘Inattentional Blindness’ in early 2014.

Since 2014 Inhuman Remnants has fine tuned their live show by supporting bands such as AbortedCattle DecapitationRevocationKing ParrotNe ObliviscarisBorn of OsirisThe Black Dahlia Murder and many more.

Inhuman Remnants’ EP ‘Solipsis’ will be unleashed upon an already plagued world on Friday June 1 in iTunes, Spotify and Bandcamp.

For more information, go to http://www.inhumanremnants.com

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