KRUGER: New Album Samples Available

Swiss metallers KRUGER will release their new album, "Redemption through Looseness", on April 10 (Europe) and May 8 (North America) in a limited-edition slipcase via Listenable Records.

"Gloomy and dark, yet overwhelmingly powerful, this new nine-track album drowns the band's acknowledged influences (BREACH, ENTOMBED, TOOL, NEUROSIS) into an intense magma of shredding metallurgic charge, drilling vocal turpitudes and desperate, naked heaviness," according to a press release.

"Redemption through Looseness" track listing:

01. Ammunition Matters
02. Queen of the Meadow
03. The Graveyard Party
04. Hummers vs Pedestrians
05. Holy Fire
06. Army of Lovers
07. War & Wine
08. The Cowboy Song
09. Crusaders

Two songs from the album are available for listening on the band's MySpace page.

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