BY Gregory AdamsPublished May 12, 2016

Pushing on from the controversy of his ill-thought out nazi salute "joke" at a concert earlier this year, Philip Anselmo has premiered some music from his new metal band, Scour. The aggressive supergroup have just unveiled "Dispatched."

The track begins quite menacingly, with black metal-style blast beats and trilled-out guitar damage flying just beneath the grotesque gurgle of frontman Anselmo. The piece is fairly relentless, with even the slow-mo mosh part at the end of the track coming packaged with a viciously stomped-out double kick.

You can hear the brutal cut below, courtesy of Decibel.

As previously reported, Scour teams Anselmo with guitarists Derek Engemann (Cattle Decapitation ) and Chase Fraser (Animosity), bassist John Jarvis (Pig Destroyer), and drummer Jesse Schobel (Strong Intention). Their self-titled debut EP will be released July 15 through Anselmo's own Housecore Records.

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