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Protokult Posts "No Beer In Heaven" Album Trailer

Toronto, ON's fun loving, beer drinking progressive folk metal band Protokult has posted a new album teaser for upcoming full-length "No Beer In Heaven," which is set for official release on August 8th, 2014.

The follow-up to 2011's "Marzena" EP and 2009's debut "Ancestral Anthems," "No Beer In Heaven" by the Eastern European transplants is a twelve track adventurous trek diving into themes of drinking, history, and human endeavor.

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 new album's track listing is as follows:

1. Get Me A Beer! (3:04) [streaming here]
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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