VREID: New Song Posted Online

VREID, the Norwegian band formed by former WINDIR members Hváll (bass), Steingrim (drums) and Sture (vocals, guitar), has posted a new song, "Speak Goddamnitt", on its MySpace page. The track comes off the group's fourth album, "Milorg", which is scheduled for release in Norway on January 5, 2009 via Indie Recordings (January 19 in the rest of Europe). The cover artwork was designed by PC Groove and can be viewed below.

"Milorg" track listing:

01. Alarm
02. Disciplined
03. Speak Goddamnitt
04. Blücher
05. Blücher Pt. II
06. Heroes & Villains
07. Argumentum Ex Silentio
08. Milorg

VREID issued its third album, "I Krig (At War)", in Norway on May 8, 2007 via Indie Recordings.

VREID will team up with KAMPFAR for a co-headlining European tour, dubbed A Skogstur In Central Europe 2009, in February. Support on the trek will come from ISKLAD. Details are available on the poster below.


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