TORCHBEARER To Release Sophomore Album In April
Swedish death/black metal band TORCHBEARER will release thier sophomore album, "Warnaments", on April 18 via Regain Records.
"Warnaments" is the follow-up to 2004's "Yersinia Pestis", which was released through Metal Blade under license from Cold Records. "While the [lyrical content of the] debut dealt with the black plague and its way through medieval Europe, 'Warnaments' deals with two special occations from World War One," reads a press release. "Mainly it's about the Battle of Jutland, which was a massive naval battle between the British and the Germans. Apart from that, two of the songs concern the sinking of a german submarine outside the coast of Great Britain in 1915."
"Warnaments" track listing:
01. Dark Clouds Gathering
02. Last Line Of Defence
03. Burial Waters, Deepsome Graves
04. Swift Turns Of War
05. The Stale Drownings
07. Where Night Is Total
08. Sealer Of Fates
09. The Blunt Weapon
Pär Johansson – Vocals
Christian Älvestam – Guitar
Mikael Degerman - Bass
Henrik Schönström - Drums
Patrik Gardberg - Guitar
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