VARG: New Song Available For Streaming

German Viking metallers VARG will release their new album, "Wolfskult", on March 4 via NoiseArt Records. The artwork was created by Thomas Ewerhard and can be seen below. A limited-edition two-CD digipak version of the album will be made available in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.

The track listing is as follows:

CD 1:

01. Jagd
02. Wir Sind Die Wölfe
03. Schwertzeit
04. Wolfskult
05. Naglfar
06. Glorreiche Tage
07. Phönix
08. Blutdienst III
09. Sehnsucht
10. Glutsturm

CD 2 (digipak)

01. Rotkäppchen (feat. Anna Murphy of ELUVEITIE)
02. Aus Der Asche Ins Licht
03. Helden Der Nacht
04. Nichts Zu Fürchten
05. Urd (acoustic version)
06. Verdandi (Wolfszeit acoustic version feat. Masha of ARKONA)
07. Skuld (Skal acoustic version)
08. [Hidden Track]

The track "Wir Sind Die Wölfe" can be streamed using the Soundcloud player below.

"Wolfskult" was once again produced by Andy Classen (LEGION OF THE DAMNED, BELPHEGOR, DIE APOKALYPTISCHEN REITER) at Stage One Studios in Kassel, Germany.

Commented the band: "We are still blown away by the killer production which Andy Classen did for the album. The sound is outstandingly amazing, and the main riff of 'Wolfskult' will tear your spine in pieces. A choir of 50 real and true VARG fans and maniacs from Germany and Austria can be heard on 'Wir Sind Die Wölfe' and with the 10-minute epic 'Sehnsucht' we've accomplished the biggest and best piece in music of our history so far!"

Video footage from the studio can be viewed below.

VARG released its sophomore album, "Blutaar", on January 22, 2010 via Nuclear Blast Records.

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