Posted by Imperator on 10th February, 2023 @ 21:32 UTCBy Imperator on 10-02-2023 @ 21:32 UTC

The album will mark the band's fourth studio album, and is scheduled for release on the 10th of March.

Minenwerfer premiere title track from "Feuerwalze"
Minenwerfer premiere title track from "Feuerwalze"

Californian Black Metal act United States Minenwerfer are ramping up for the release of what will be their fourth studio album, "Feuerwalze", due on the 10th of March via Osmose Productions. While we wait, the album's title track is now up for streaming on the label's channel, check it out:

 


The label commented on the album's themes:

A campaign started on 1 July 1916. A campaign of muddy, rat infested trenches, endless artillery barrages, and cracks of rifles in the distance. A campaign of unsettling night raids, close quarters combat, and suffocating fumes of chlorine gas.

The sound of the treads of the first tanks grinding the bones of those long dead on the battlefield to dust and of the screams from no man's land of men bleeding out in the night from the previous day's failed offensive.

This is the soundtrack for that campaign. Welcome to the Somme.


More info here:

https://www.osmoseproductions.com/liste/index.cfm?what=artiste&lng=2&tete=minenwerfer&exact_value=1&srt=2

Minenwerfer Feuerwalze

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