Sick Of It All Stream New Song 'Black Venom'

10/30/2016
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Sick Of It All

(Metal Hammer) Sick Of It All have released a lyric video for their track Black Venom. The song comes from the band's upcoming EP When The Smoke Clears, which will launch on November 4 via Century Media Records.

The EP package is being released to mark the New York outfit's 30th anniversary. It'll include five tracks along with an art book featuring rare photos and personal liner notes from artists including AFI's Davey Havok, Hot Water Music's Chuck Ragan, Gorilla Biscuits' Arthur Smilios and Dropkick Murphys' Matt Kelly.

Last month, guitarist Pete Koller said: "30 years - well, it was fun. I would not say an achievement because we never really wanted to achieve something. We just kept on playing.

"There are also no regrets. What's done is done and if you f***ed something up back then, so what?

"There is no secret on how to keep doing what you do for 30 years. When we came along, it seemed to be the perfect time for our Sick Of It All style of hardcore. We have a certain style - it changed over the years, but not much." Check out the song here.

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