Ever feel like you are disgustingly stuck in your ways? Do you detest change?! Well, if you answered yes to both of those questions then, I have exactly the band for you. Enter Warmaster. Warmaster is a death metal band that, like us, hates change. They said “fuck you” to change, trends, and popularity and have decided to stick to the tried and laurels of proper death metal. These cats don’t mess around, they play death metal in the vein of the greats like, Bolt Thrower, Deicide, Master and every other old school juggernaut of death metal excellence.
Why does all that matter anyway? Well, your favorite opinionated pricks at Axis Of Metal have teamed up with Clawhammer PR, Dead Beat Media and Slaughterhouse Records to bring you the worldwide, exclusive stream of “Barbarians” off of Warmaster’s deliciously ugly long player, The End Of Humanity. This is your chance to get a taste of what’s to come on October 30th when this slab of death metal done right drops to the masses. So, now that you know that, I’m going to cut the bullshit and tell you what to do next. Rerady? Ok! Scroll down past the cover art and tracklisting, hit that good ole play button and brace yourself for what’s to come next … a death metal attack of immeasurable excellence and destruction. You’ve been forewarned.
1. Massive Kill Capacity
2. Nuclear Warfare
3. Deadly Artillery
4. Death Factory
5. The Target
6. Lies to Deny
8. Poison Dwarf
9. Ancient Anthem
10. Medestrijders Voor Volk En Vaderland
11. Destroyer of Worlds
Also, while you’re at it, hit up Facebook and give these malevolent dealers of death a like, will ya?
About the Author
My beginnings as a metalhead, sprouted from a love of classic rock, and punk. Well, being 11 years old, Offspring and Blink-182 were as hardcore as they came, right? Anyway, after enjoying stuff like Zeppelin, Rush, Cream and pop-punk, I was introduced to grunge music, and that really paved the way for my insatiable taste for music. From there, I became totally obsessed with music. My love of punk evolved into bands like Black Flag, The Casualties (early), and eventually becoming enamored with discharge. As my need for speed and ugliness intensified, I was introduced to Slayer in high-school, and thus ... the metalhead was born.
Cool story, eh? I thought so too. Anyway, Axis Of Metal is created for you, yea you. Without all the support we've received over the past few years this zine would be nothing. So, enjoy, and stick around, will ya?