Lycanthro punks Wolfbrigade have made another song from their forthcoming LP available online.
“Ride The Steel”, taken from the new album ‘Damned’, is up for streaming HERE
The band commented: “OK, so we give you another teaser. The most epic track on the album and the one track that started the writing process for Damned: “Ride The Steel””.
Speaking on the new album, the Swede D-takt pioneers said: “Hello folks. We spent last year locked in the Wolf’s Den writing a new album. It’s coming out in a few months on Southern Lord and La Familia. Needless to say we are very excited about you guys hearing it and finally getting to play live again”.
‘Damned’ was recorded at the Gothenburg Studio Fredman by Frederik Nordstrom (At The Gates, Amon Amarth, Opeth) and “showcases the band arguably at their finest hour”, according to a press release.
“This album is a stark reminder of exactly why the band are considered pioneers of the Swedish d-beat/crust movement and is undoubtedly one of the strongest releases in the band’s history.”
The new record is the first Wolfbrigade album to be released by Southern Lord and is set to hit the streets in North America on April 24th.
Wolfbrigade also previously unleashed the new tracks “Peace Of Mind” and “Feed The Flames”, which can be heard HERE and HERE
‘Damned’ 2012: .
1. Feed The Flames
2. Slaves Of Induction
3. Road To Dreams
4. The Curse of Cain
5. On Your Knees… In Misery
6. Ride the Steel
7. Hurricane Veins
8. From Beyond
9. Catch 22
10. Damned to Madness
11. Where No One Sleeps
12. Peace of Mind
According to Southern Lord, Wolfbrigade will embark on “select touring planned in both Europe and USA throughout 2012”, and have “at least two more releases confirmed for release” via the label.
The crust crazies also recently revealed the details of their first live appearence: “Stockholm will see our first gig in a long time, on May 12, the official release party for ‘Damned’.
Wolfbrigade “are also confirmed for “The Enemy Of The Sun Fest” in Praha 13-14 [September]. Two gigs will happen that weekend, one all Wolfpack songs, and one all Wolfbrigade. Same members as it’s been the past 8 years, so NO, it’s not a reunion of the first line up, it’s just us doing a special appearance because it’s fun.”
The Swedes will also play at this year’s Obscene Extreme fest.
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