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Marty Friedman Premiers New Track 'Meat Hook'

Marty Friedman has premiered a brand new song, titled 'Meat Hook'.

The new track is set to feature on Marty's forthcoming album, Inferno, which is scheduled to be released on 27th May through Prosthetic Records.

Inferno will feature guest appearances by an eclectic assortment of guests by artists influenced by Friedman, such as Rodrigo y Gabriela, Children of Bodom's Alexi Laiho, Skyharbor's Keshav Dhar and Revocation's Dave Davidson.

The album also features a poignant reunion with Jason Becker, marking the pairs first musical collaboration since their days in Cacophony.

'Meat Hook', which features vocals and saxophone by Jørgen Munkeby of Norwegian blackjazz group Shining, can be heard below along with track commentary.

Marty Friedman - "Meat Hook" Official Track Stream

 

Marty Friedman - "Meat Hook" Track Commentary

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