The Power of Metal.dk proudly presents the exclusive DK premiere of the track ‘Vision Of Death’ by black/death metal act Krigere Wolf from Italy. This is the first single of the album Eternal Holocaust to be released.
Quote from the band:
“Vision of Death” is one of the oldest songs by Krigere Wolf. Written in 2010, the song has been recorded and originally included in Sacrifice to Válaskjálf (2014). This new version has been sped up and rearranged, guitar solos have been re-elaborated. We have chosen to draw upon deep and dark vocals in order to blend the song with the new sound. Apart from the stronger BPM pulsation and the lower tuning, the main difference between the two versions is the vocals switching from a desperate shriek to a grim and funereal growling.
Eternal Holocaust is the new sonic assault by Sicilian blacksters Krigere Wolf. After having explored many different areas of extreme music during their ten years of existence, Krigere Wolf come back to their origins with a direct, in-your-face and no-frills release. The choice of the MCD format sounds like a declaration of intent, the album lasting less than thirty minutes: straight to the point. Eternal Holocaust is due to be released on April 1, 2019 in digital format. Physical copies will be available via Polish label Lower Silesian Stronghold later in April.
There’s no rest in the album track list, consisting of four new tracks sounding as a tribute to the whole black and death metal history. Scandinavian scene’s archetypical freezing melodies of Marduk, Watain and Dissection are filtered by the post-apocalyptic atmospheres of the modern Polish scene led by Mgła and Kriegsmachine. On the other hand, mastermind Rick Costantino provides death metal influences reminding the works of Belphegor thanks to his restless drumming and solid bass lines, while Salvatore Leonardi’s guitar virtuosity looks back to the classic heavy metal roots.
Session men Gabriele Catania and Valerio Cimino take care of the vocal duties, dealing with a number of styles from deep growling to an exasperated expressiveness. The will to reach a mature and complex sound is clear, but don’t relax: the feral savagery of Eternal Holocaust will take no prisoners.
Eternal Holocaust has been recorded and mixed by Giacomo Iannaci at Morning View Studio (Catania, Italy). Artwork by DZ Design, layout by Rick Costantino.
1. Primordial (Intro)
2. Eternal Holocaust
3. Blasphemous Chaos Magnifience
4. Mystic Genocide
5. Vision of Death
6. Night’s Blood (Dissection tribute)
Rick Costantino – Drums, bass, lyrics
Salvatore Leonardi – Guitars
Gabriele Catania – Vocals
Valerio Cimino – Vocals