Audio samples of all the tracks that are set to appear on Gods And Generals, the second studio album from Civil War, have been revealed which means you can stream the new sounds in the YouTube clip below. After the band shared the first new track "Bay Of Pigs" before, here is your chance to listen to more. Don't miss it!
Here it is, "Bay Of Pigs," the first song you get to hear from Civil War's new album! The new video from the Swedish metal five-piece (with former members of Sabaton and Astral Doors) can be viewed below. The song is taken from Civil War's second album, Gods And Generals, which will be released via Napalm Records in May. So what did you think of "Bay Of Pigs"? Let us know.
Civil War have posted some news regarding recent changes in their line-up. Firstly, guitar player and founding member Oskar Montelius decided to leave the band due to personal reasons. As he states in the main website, he is leaving not only the band, but also guitar playing, at least for the moment. At the same time, Civil War decided to part ways with bass player Stefan "Pizza" Eriksson. Finally, the power metallers have also announced that they will not look for any replacements.
Swedish metallers Civil War, featuring former members of Sabaton and Astral Doors, have revealed their upcoming album's title: Gods And Generals. In addition to that, the band has revealed the cover art that will grace the album and the release dates. Take a look at it below. Are you excited about the new album?
Civil War is welcoming a new member, since long-time friend Petrus Granar just joined the band's ranks as their new guitarist. Differently from what you could expect, no other member left the band, that now features seven members and three guitarists.
Swedish melodic metal act Civil War, also featuring former Sabaton members, has inked a record deal with mighty Austrian label Napalm Records. Civil War have last year released their debut album, The Killer Angels, which received fantastic feedback worldwide. The band is expecting big things for this year. More details will follow soon.
After their debut album The Killer Angels released earlier this year, power metallers Civil War are already working on new songs for their next album. The Swedish band seems to be wasting no time and the creativity is flowing. Civil War will also be touring in Europe next February.
Swedish power metallers Civil War are presenting their first ever official video clip. The song chosen was "Gettysburg", from their debut album The Killer Angels, and the video was shot during the band's live performances in Sweden and Hungary. The video was directed by Michael Asplund. You can watch it here. The group also announced their first European tour. It is due to take place in February of 2014 and will hit across central Europe.
It seems that streaming upcoming albums is becoming a pretty common way of generating more buzz. Following the path of veterans as Helloween or Skid Row, heavy power metallers Civil War are sharing their upcoming debut album The Killer Angels, to be released worldwide tomorrow, June 11th, via Despotz Records. The whole album is streaming at this location but you can also listen to it through the Soundcloud below.
After "Saint Patrick's Day", Civil War have recently premiered online yet another new song off their debut album The Killer Angels, their newest single "First To Fight". You can listen to the song at this location while you wait for the release of the album on June 11th, 2013 through Despotz Records.
Heavy metallers Civil War, featuring former Sabaton members, have released their new song "Saint Patrick's Day" for streaming. This is the second single from their upcoming debut album The Killer Angels and you can enjoy the song on the video below.
The Swedes Civil War have released the first sneak pre-listening from what their debut album The Killer Angels sounds like. You can now hear a teaser of the first single, entitled "I Will Rule The Universe", which will be available for download from April 11th. The album hits stores on June 11th via Despotz Records.