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Thunderwar Streaming New Track "Eagle Of Glory"

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Update: the stream is no longer available, but you can hear music from Thunderwar over at the band's Facebook profile here.

Polish outfit Thunderwar has self-released a new EP titled "The Birth of Thunder," and now Metalunderground.com is bringing you the U.S. premiere of the new track "Eagle of Glory." Give it a listen below. The following press release was also issued about the band:

"Cold as ice, angry as a horde of Viking warriors, and determined like an army fighting for freedom of their homeland: Thunderwar! The band was born in 2013, when four young metal maniacs decided to join their forces to not only pay their tribute to such metal heroes as Bathory, Unleashed, Dissection, or Amon Amarth, but to prove that Poland has again something to say to the metal world, after giving birth to cult acts such Vader or Behemoth.

"Since the very beginning the band decided to work only with the best ones. Debut EP 'The Birth of Thunder' was finally mixed and produced by Wieslawscy Bros from Hertz Studio. The band’s logo was designed by Christophe Szpajdel and the cover artwork for 'The Birth of Thunder' EP was created by Mario Lopez.

"Currently the band is promoting its self-released EP and in the middle of 2014 will enter the Hertz Studio to work on the first, full album, which is foretold to be a step to the next level - higher, than anybody can expect! Thunderwar: Better remember this name, as they are here to stay!"

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1. Blitz writes:

wow! impressive!

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2. Drum_Junkie writes:

Not bad. It's got an old school sound with a dash of new. I liked the harmony of the guitars at the end.

For some reason every time I see the name I think Thunderwear instead... like some loincloth of a Norse god.

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