New LP "Curse The Cult Of Chaos" Detailed By Wolfs Moon
German metal act Wolfs Moon has detailed the upcoming return LP entitled "Curse the Cult of Chaos." The album drops on July 12th via Pure Steel Records. It is the first in a five year absence ("Unholy Darkness," 2008). The band welcomes new vocalist Robert Rogge, who joined last year.
According to the press release: "Five years and one change of vocalist later, the quartet has recorded a new album. 'Curse the Cult of Chaos' features twelve sons which are of a somewhat dark and often very groovy power metal, with some unobtrusive insertions of thrash, which all fans of bands like Iced Earth will love. Robert Rogges vocals are mostly rough and sometimes growled, which makes them outstanding. The highlight of the album is definitely the rock-like, very melodic tribute-song 'Undying Legends,' which features lots of quotations from other songs and reminds us of metal legends like Ronnie James Dio and Dimebag Darrell. The catchy title track, 'Apocalyptomania' (which features some verses in German), or the fat grooving 'Ultra Rebel' must not be left unmentioned, because they really offer you good sound. The album has a powerful, contemporary production which does not take away the soul of the guitars and drumming and leaves some necessary edges to the sound."
The track listing for "Curse the Cult of Chaos" is:
1. Dead Eyes – Blind Justice
2. Corpses In Candlelight
3. Curse The Cult Of Chaos
4. Undying Legends
6. Moribund Vision
8. Young At Heart
9. Ultra Rebel
10. Omen Of Nightfall
11. Chaly Skull – Wing
12. Boring Life Of The Undead
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