WARKINGS Stream New Song ‘The Last Battle’

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The Warkings story: Four kings of war were knocking on Valhalla’s door to spend eternity in the realms of the gods. While waiting for admission, they told each other about the heroic deeds they survived in their lifetimes. Secretly listening to their stories, Odin decided that all living human beings on the Earth should know about these true stories of war and heroism. So he is about to send them back with the mission to spread the stories of their battles upon mankind. The Warkings were born and pure and unadulterated heavy metal became their religion.
Odin chose Napalm Records as the perfect platform for the Warkings to spread their stories. We were told to receive new information about these warriors every Wednesday from now on. To follow his order to spread their message, we launched the Warkings-Wednesday. On this day, we will bring Odin’s word to the world.
The first statement from the kings of war is short and not very concisely: “Ready your breakfast and eat hearty… because we‘re coming for you at the Warkings-Wednesday."

"Give Em War" "Never Surrender" "Hephaistos" "Gladiator" "Holy Storm" "Battle Cry" "Fire Falling Down" "Sparta" (feat. The Butcher from Debauchery) "The Last Battle" "Die Flut" (Bonus Track)
"The Last Battle":

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