Los Angeles powerviolence outfit ACxDC graced our cover last July. While they're known for their bursts of moshpit-friendly hardcore aggression – both funny and socially aware – at that time they'd only released about ten minutes of music, comprised of 17 songs spread out among EPs and split releases.

But on June 24 they'll release their first proper full-length. Simply titled Antichrist Demoncore, the 16 tracks are appropriately chaotic. Below, however, we have the honor of debuting one of the slower-paced tracks from the new album, called “Filicide.” 

Don't mistake the lack of speed for a lack of venom, however. Clocking in under two minutes, the song concerns a parent taking out religion-fueled aggression on their child, who is coming out of the closet. It's quite angry, and we see the pit for this one being just as bloody as anything else. 

See also: Hardcore Group ACxDC Are Dead Serious About Their Satanism. Except When They're Not 

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