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Invisible Oranges on EVR, Playlist from June 25th, 2013

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Deafheaven were the guests of honor on the Invisible Oranges on East Village Radio show last night (June 25th), beaming in live via phone from their current trek with Marriages. The interview, which took up the better part of 30 minutes, is available in an archived stream along with new tracks from Watain, Gorguts, Clandestine Blaze, Autopsy and much much more. Head below for the playlist.

Tune in again on Tuesday July 2nd at 10PM ET for the next edition of Invisible Oranges on East Village Radio!

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Autopsy – “Arch Cadaver”
Lychgate – “Dust of a Gun Barrel”
Mammoth Grinder – “Paragon Pusher”
Coffins – “Rotten Disciples”
Deafheaven – “Dream House”
Deafheaven – “The Pecan Tree”
Seven Sisters of Sleep – “Passed out Standing”
Clandestine Blaze – “Autumn of Blood and Steel”
Odz Manouk – “A Virulent Wind”
A Pregnant Light – “Heat Helps These Flowers Grow”
Noothgrush – “Oil Removed”
Watain – “All that May Bleed”
Mouth of the Architect – “It Swarms”
Wake – “Filth Addict”
Woods of Desolation – “Darker Days”
Toad – “Howling House”

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