GERM BOMB Returns With 'Sound Of Horns'

Gothenburg, Sweden-based rockers GERM BOMB return with their second album, "Sound Of Horns", out now through Heavy Steel Records (tape edition) from Portugal. The CD version of the effort will be released soon via the Chinese label Area Death Productions.
According to a press release, the follow-up to "Infected From Birth" "contains eight tracks of apocalyptic rock n' roll and analog power! Songs like 'Broken Bones', 'We Own The Night', 'Among Maniacs' are inspired from various artists such as MOTÖRHEAD, MIDNIGHT, GBH, ENTOMBED, SAINT VITUS! Kicking tracks of fast, punk fueled, hard-rocking metal sounding like it could have come straight from the '80s."

The artwork for "Sound Of Horns" was created by Chany Pilote from INEPSY and can be seen below.


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