HAMMERCULT To Release 'Steelcrusher' In January

HAMMERCULT To Release 'Steelcrusher' In January

Tel Aviv-based neo-thrashers HAMMERCULT will release their second studio album, "Steelcrusher", on CD and colored vinyl on January 27 in Europe and February 4 in North America via Sonic Attack/SPV. The CD was produced by Tal Vaisman and mixed and mastered by Chris "Zeuss" Harris.

"Steelcrusher" track listing:

01. Hymn To The Steel (intro)
02. Steelcrusher
03. Metal Rules Tonight
04. Into Hell
05. We Are The People
06. Burning The Road
07. Ironbound
08. Unholy Art
09. Satanic Lust
10. Liar
11. Damnation Arise
12. Heading For War
13. In The Name Of The Fallen

The song "We Are The People" includes a guest guitar solo by SEPULTURA's Andreas Kisser.

The "Steelcrusher" cover artwork was created by Andreas Marshall, the Berlin-based artist who has previously worked with BLIND GUARDIAN, IN FLAMES, RUNNING WILD and HAMMERFALL, among others.

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