Blood Revolt Announces New Album "Indoctrine" Details
The upcoming debut album from Blood Revolt, formed from the Canadian/Irish triumvirate that consists of Primoridial vocalist A. A. Nemtheanga, Revenge/Conquerer mastermind J. Read, and Axis Of Advance/Revenge guitarist C. Ross, has reached its completion. The new album will be titled "Indoctrine." The band issued the following statement about the album:
"Thematically, 'Indoctrine' takes a glimpse into one man’s descent into madness and untimely vengeance. An attack on the system and a social commentary where salvation is found from the barrel of a gun, 'Indoctrine' is like the lone wolf that calmly waits to attack and becomes a statement of intent that there is a war coming."
Delving further within the concept of Blood Revolt, vocalist A. A. Nemtheanga states, “In an age of compromise Blood Revolt is genuine rebellion. Pushing the boundaries of what is accepted in 'extreme' metal, Blood Revolt is metal with teeth, like it should be. Genuine violence and aggression mixed with the kind of very real and very dark subject matter that would make other bands heads spin. No cartoon imagery or fantastical pseudo religious hocus pocus, this is the sniper filing down the pin before picking off innocents, this is the suicide bombers sweaty greasy hand on the ignition, dead bodies piled in the politics of the mass grave. Unforgiving and unrelenting elitism…”
To be released early July in North America through Profound Lore Records (Invictus Productions in Europe), the track listing for “Indoctrine” goes as follows:
1. Salvation at the Barrel of a Gun
2. Dead City Stare
3. Bite the Hand, Purge the Flesh
4. God's Executioner, Praise Be
5. My Name In Blood Across the Sky
7. Year Zero
8. The Martyr's Brigade
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