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Memoriam Keep On Track

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The war rages on! Old school metal veterans MEMORIAM are set to unleash their second album, The Silent Vigil, on March 23rd, 2018 via Nuclear Blast Records.

Just a year after the release of their debut album For The Fallen, the band returns with an authentic, raw offering of old school death metal destruction. Today the band have released the second track by track trailer for the new album, which covers the tracks ‘Bleed The Same’, ‘As Bridges Burn’, ‘The New Dark Ages’, ‘No Known Grave’ and ‘Weaponised Fear’.

Pre-order The Silent Vigil on a variety of Limited Edition formats, here: http://nblast.de/MemoriamTSV

Pre-order the album digitally to receive ‘Bleed The Same’ and ‘Nothing Remains’ instantly: http://nblast.de/MemoriamTSVIT

The track list racks up as follows:

1. Soulless Parasite
2. Nothing Remains
3. From the Flames
4. The Silent Vigil
5. Bleed The Same
6. As Bridges Burn
7. The New Dark Ages
8. No Known Grave
9. Weaponised Fear

 

MEMORIAM commented on the track: “Bleed The Same is a response to the fear and hatred that exists in the world that we live in today.  The lyrics are predominately about freedom, equality and justice. This is a theme that is explored throughout the new album The Silent Vigil. The lyrical content of the song is a comment on the the rise of nationalistic xenophobic ideologies that proliferate on a global scale right now.
The song was ironically inspired by a speech given by Donald Trump in his inauguration ceremony in 2017.”

MEMORIAM are:
Karl Willetts – ex-BOLT THROWER | vocals
Frank Healy – BENEDICTION, SACRILEGE | bass
Andy Whale – ex-BOLT THROWER | drums
Scott Fairfax – ex-LIFE DENIED, BENEDICTION (live) | guitars

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