Leading up to the drop of Solamors’ upcoming record, Depravity’s Demise, the band is offering the entire release free to stream beginning now.

Solamors is streaming their album … all day leading up to album release on  Dec. 24. Everyone is encouraged to embed and share the player to help us get the word out in this final push before release day.

You want a discount to download it? They got that, too!

There is also a one-day-only discount code for pre-release purchases, enter this code at Bandcamp checkout: prerelease_coupon

Happy early Christmas!

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