Swedish black metallers MARDUK have released the official lyric video for a new song called "Werwolf". The track is taken from the band's upcoming album, "Viktoria", which will be released on June 22 via Century Media Records. The effort will be made available in the following versions:
* Limited CD box set (with CD, woven patch, metal pin, three stickers)
* LP (with inlay and 180-gram vinyl)
* Standard CD Jewelcase
"Viktoria" track listing:
01. Werwolf 02. June 44 03. Equestrian Bloodlust 04. Tiger I 05. Narva 06. The Last Fallen 07. Viktoria 08. The Devil's Song 09. Silent Night
MARDUK's latest album, "Frontschwein", was released in 2015 through Century Media.
"Frontschwein" is German Army slang for "front pig" — a soldier serving long at the front, often used as an ironic accolade for a soldier with the will to fight.
Guitarist Morgan Steinmeyer Håkansson is the sole remaining member of MARDUK who played on the band's debut album, 1992's "Dark Endless".
MARDUK's 13th studio album, "Frontschwein" was the band's first solely war-themed release since 1999's "Panzer Division Marduk".
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