"Sons Of War", the new video from the Swedish "Viking metal" act MÅNEGARM, can be seen below. The track comes off the band's new album, "Legions Of The North", which was released on June 28 via Napalm Records.
Commented guitarist Markus Andé: "'Legions Of The North' is an album full of hard-hitting melodies and ear-catching refrains, all spiced with the special MÅNEGARM flavor and served to you all in the best way. We're very proud to present this new album and we really hope that you will enjoy it. The Wolf is back…prepare for war!!"
"Legions Of The North" track listing:
02. Legions Of The North
03. Eternity Awaits
05. Hordes Of Hel
06. Tor Hjälpe
07. Wake The Gods - Bonus Track
09. Sons Of War
10. Echoes From The Past
12. Forged In Fire
Violin player Janne Liljekvist left MÅNEGARM in June 2012 "due to lack of motivation."
MÅNEGARM's most recent CD, "Nattväsen", was released in November 2009 via Regain Records.
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