EWIGKEIT Previews More New Material
The U.K.'s left-field metal band EWIGKEIT has uploaded another new track to their MySpace page. The new song is called "End Times", and like the last previewed track ("Guantanamo Bay International"), it continues a commentary on current world events.
EWIGKEIT's last album, "Conspiritus", was released last year through Earache Records.
Commented EWIGKEIT mainman James Fogarty: "'End Times' is inspired by the frame of mind of the conservative right-wing Christians who currently have a frightening strangle-hold over the government of the USA. Lots of these lunatics openly profess to be awaiting the 'rapture' (when God comes down and takes them all to Heaven, leaving all the rest of us to rot to shit). Nice to know that their god turns a blind eye to all their war-mongering, enslavement of the third world and general destruction of the planet!"
EWIGKEIT recently videoed a rare live performance inside a nuclear bunker, which is available to view at Google Video.
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