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ORIGIN – release track video for new single ‘Disease Called Man’

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In anticipation of the ‘40 Years Of The Apocalypse‘ North American tour with labelmates VADERORIGIN is proud to offer fans the single ‘Disease Called Man‘. 

Originally written for their 2000 self-titled debut album, the single was re-recorded and is now available for the masses.

ORIGIN‘s Paul Ryan comments, “Excited to present a song that was written 25 years ago with our current lineup of Origin in coordination with our upcoming tours in 2024! The Doomsday Clock ticks closer to the extinction of humanity!”

Check out the track video for ‘Disease Called Man‘, below.

Stream ‘Disease Called Man‘, here: https://origin.bfan.link/disease-called-man

ORIGIN will join headliners VADER, who are celebrating their 40th year as a band, on the 28-date North American tour.

The trek kicks off tomorrow in Atlanta and will make stops in Montreal, Chicago, and Portland before ending in Tampa on March 3rd. Joining the package as openers is INHUMAN CONDITION.

Confirmed dates for ORIGIN on the ‘40 Years Of The Apocalypse‘ North American tour with headliners VADER as well as openers INHUMAN CONDITION are:

Mike Flores | Bass & Backing Vocals
Jason Keyser | Lead Vocals
John Longstreth | Drums
Paul Ryan | Guitars & Backing Vocals


Website: http://www.OriginOfficial.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Origin

Instagram: http://instagram.com/originband

Twitter: https://twitter.com/OriginBand

YouTube: http://bit.ly/subs-orgn-yt

On Tour: https://originofficial.com/tour

Spotify: http://bit.ly/origin-spotify

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