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Protokult Posts New Track "Get Me A Beer!"

Toronto, ON's fun loving, beer drinking folk metal band Protokult is now streaming the first single "Get Me A Beer!" from forthcoming album "No Beer In Heaven."

The track can be heard below, and the new album is set for official release on August 8th, 2014. Guitarist Martin Drozd comments:

"We are delighted to finally release and make available our first single, Get Me A Beer! off the new album, No Beer In Heaven. Although upbeat and cheerful, the song is representative of musicians having a jolly good time into the wee hours of the night; and what better way of prolonging the order of good cheer than strangers or fans fueling the fire by getting beer(s)? So in that regard, it's a tongue-and-cheek look at mild alcoholism yet trying to overlook/deny it with a positive melody. Sneaky indeed, but in denial? I think not!"

In additional news, Protokult will be performing a Toronto CD release show on July 26th for hometown fans at Bovine Sex Club with support from locals Primalfrost, Tsargrad, and Montreal's Karkaos. The album's track listing is as follows:

1. Get Me A Beer! (3:04)
2. Heaven Cast Me Out (4:04)
3. My Father’s Word (5:49)
4. Flight of The Winged Hussar (5:52)
5. Sol Intention (4:39)
6. Edge of Time (5:28)
7. Sanctuaries (2:04)
8. Desert Scourge (4:31)
9. Gorale (4:15)
10. Summer’s Ode (6:07)
11. Razbival Okovi Perun (1:26) ("Perun Has Shattered The Shackles")
12. Water of Life (8:46)

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