BLACK MESSIAH: 'First War Of The World' Artwork Unveiled has uploaded the cover artwork (see below) for "First War Of The World", the fourth album from the German black/Viking metal band BLACK MESSIAH, which is scheduled for release on March 20 via AFM Records. The follow-up to 2006's "Of Myths and Legends" includes "13 songs of high-class pagan metal."

The track listing for the CD is as follows:

01. Prologue - The Discovery (2:53)
02. The Vanir Tribe (5:54)
03. Gullveig (8:08)
04. Von Rachsucht Und Luege (5:34)
05. March Of The Warriors (0:39)
06. Vor Den Toren Valhalls (6:23)
07. The Battle Of Asgaard (7:10)
08. The Chase (1:20)
09. Burn Vanaheim (5:36)
10. Das Unterpfand (5:51)
11. Peace At A High Price (0:54)
12. Andacht (9:41)
13. Soeldnerschwein (4:36)

The song "Burn Vanaheim" is available for streaming on the band's MySpace page.


Zagan - Vocals, Violin, Guitar
Garm - Bass
Zoran - Lead Guitar
Meldric - Guitar
Agnar - Keys, Synths
Bröh - Drums


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