THE BAND WILL RELEASE THEIR NEW ALBUM WEAPONS OF TOMORROW IN APRIL. 

John Kevill and his band Warbringer are no strangers to the world of Talking Metal.  Kevill has been interviewed many times over the years on the show.  The band will be releasing their new album Weapons of Tomorrow on April 24th, 2020.  As a result, they’ve just released a video for the remastered album exclusive version of “Firepower Kills”.

Here’s some information that was sent to us about the release:

Thrash metal force Warbringer is launching into 2020 with the announcement of their brand-new full-length release, entitled Weapons of Tomorrow, scheduled to drop on April 24 via Napalm Records. With this release, the SoCal five-piece have not only proven a true mastery of their craft, but have spurred the forward shift of an entire genre – transporting thrash metal into a brand-new era.

Building upon their internationally-acclaimed blistering attack, with Weapons of Tomorrow, Warbringer showcases a refreshed technical approach and a heightened focus on unique lyrical and vocal style. The record takes the promise of the band’s previous release, Woe to the Vanquished, and carries it onward, presenting Warbringer at their absolute best to date – over 10 years into their careers.

In celebration of the announcement of Weapons of Tomorrow, Warbringer has released a brand-new music video featuring a completely remastered version of their most recent single, “Firepower Kills” – exclusive to the new album!

Warbringer vocalist John Kevill says:

“’Weapons of Tomorrow’ contains two tracks you’ve previously heard, ‘Firepower Kills’ and ‘Power Unsurpassed’, which now appear on the record in new and improved form. ‘Firepower Kills’ is about advancing weapons technology. Modern science is an enormously powerful tool, and the human species must be very cautious about its use. This song looks at the last 100 years of scientific advances in weaponry and asks, ‘where does this lead?’ Musically, it’s a total thrashing burner, and the main riff ‘evolves’ throughout the song like the weaponry in the lyrics.”

Article by Victor M. Ruiz of Mars Attacks Radio & Podcast, and Galaxy Of Geeks Podcast.  Connect with him on Twitter:  @vmr907

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