The Thornton brothers are back at it on 'Shame the Devil,' the highly anticipated Clipse reunion off No Malice's soon-coming solo debut, 'Hear Ye Him.'

The Virginia Beach, Va. duo is back in full effect on this powerful track and it's almost like they never left. To be fair, it's not like Pusha T and his older brother had a falling out or anything like that.

In fact, Pusha addresses those rumors in his verse near the end of the dancehall-sampling 'Shame the Devil.' He puts it all out there, stating simply that Gene (aka No Malice) found God. That fact doesn't mean they're at odds or anything, which Clipse fans know full well.

The two actually have plans on releasing a new album, 'As God As My Witness,' in the next year or so. Hopefully it's as compelling as 'Shame the Devil.'

You can hear 'Shame The Devil' below. 'Hear Ye Him' drops Aug. 18.