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WOLVHAMMER - Track From Upcoming Album Premiered Online

USA based black metallers Wolvhammer have premiered online a new track named "Eternal Rotting Misery", taken from the upcoming album entitled The Monuments Of Ash & Bone. The album is set for release on 4th May through Blood Music. The Monuments Of Ash & Bone was recorded and mixed by Jarrett Pritchard (Goatwhore, Exhumed) at his own New Constellation Studios in Orlando, Florida, and mastered by Ken Sorceron (Abigail Williams, The Faceless) - both of whom provide additional guitar tracks to the album - and completed with artwork by Brian Sheehan.
Wolvhammer's Jeff Wilson comments: "In this band, we try not to plan every little detail. Keeping things fairly spontaneous in the writing and recording process is way more artistic to me than rehearsing every single part for six months before going into the studio. That being said, we knew we wanted to work with Jarrett, we wanted a faster paced record, every vocal line to be as memorable as possible and to sound more like we do as a live band. I think the album opener is a pretty good outcome of those initial ideas and sums up what this band is all about. No bullshit, no shaking hands, no kissing babies, no politics. Real life, real emotion, real amps, and a real middle finger to what we feel the modern state of metal has become."
With the current rapid rise in quality USBM, Wolvhammer races to the forefront with their upcoming fourth album which sees them merging the black metal tendencies of Enslaved with the mid-tempo sludge of Celtic Frost. Far removed from the methodical riffing and trudging pace of theirprevious record, and eschewing any frills, The Monuments Of Ash & Bone delivers nearly forty-two minutes of savagery through seven new songs. The album kicks the tempo into high gear and goes straight for the throat on tracks such as "Eternal Rotting Misery" and "Law Of The Rope." No experimental bullshit, just the sound of rotten flesh and slow decay. Listen to "Eternal Rotting Misery" in the player below. Link