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Krampus Streaming New Track "Unspoken" Online

Krampus has posted a new song online titled "Unspoken," which can be heard in the SoundCloud player below. The band comments on the track:

"We have uploaded another new track from our upcoming album 'Survival Of The Fittest,' due August 24th via Noise Art records.

"'Unspoken' is about frustration. Frustration of being a young guy who lives in this global crisis period, with the will to do something, to be realized and to prove his worth, and that is instead entangled in a world that negates him this chance.

"There’s no work, global economy is falling, corruption and injustice are everywhere, there’s not enough space for those who would just like to act and build. It’s not fair that fathers feels like losers even if they work hard because the cannot look after those whom they care. Let us know what you think about the song and its message."

The track listing for "Survival of the Fittest" is as follows:

1. Arise (The Day of Reckoning)
2. Beast Within
3. Unspoken
4. Rebirth
5. Aftermath
6. The Bride
7. Redemption
8. The Dance of Lies
9. Kronos' Heritage
10. Shadows of Our Time
11. Tears of Stone
12. The Season of Revenge (Bonus Track)

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1. Jenny writes:

All of the instruments were used well! A lovely mix of things. Even the clean vocals were executed properly, as other bands that use clean vocals in certain genres get obnoxious. Good work.

"It’s not fair that fathers feels like losers even if they work hard because the cannot look after those whom they care." Damned and true.
The concept is interesting; proving one's worth in society. Although I've come to believe that the only way a person REALLY wins in this life/frees themselves is when they decline such "challenges" that society expects of you. One the other hand, one cannot ignore the physical burdens that come with the pressures of not making it (not making enough money, poor health/living conditions, etc). Especially if one has family to take care of and what not.

It's a difficult tug-of-war, how one defines and goes about success.

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