Heavy Metallers VULTURE Unleashes Video/Single For “Realm Of The Impaler”

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German heavy metallers Vulture will unleash their fourth album, “Sentinels,” upon the masses on April 12th via Metal Blade Records. In anticipation of the release, the band have dropped the fiery new single, “Realm Of The Impaler.”

Comments guitarist Stefan Castevet on the track: “‘Realm Of The Impaler’ shows our musical roots in classic heavy metal. Lots of twin guitars and melodies paired with driving drums and a dark atmosphere. The song proves that we are much more than a typical ‘hit it’ thrash band. Lyrically, the song deals with the infamous figure Vlad Tepes: His name a curse, his tongue a whip!”

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If there is one band that combines a classic approach with fresh ideas and an expansive joy of playing to honor their ancestors from the likes of early Exodus, Metallica, or Slayer, then it is Vulture. And on “Sentinels” they prove once again that tradition and further development are not mutually exclusive, but on the contrary, can lead to something extraordinary that leaves no headbanger untouched.

“In direct comparison to the last album, Dealin’ Death, we’ve picked up the pace again noticeably,” says Castevet. “We’re bolder and a bit wilder again. It was important to us to be catchy and to include choruses that stick. Of course, we’ve basically retained our style, but we’ve defined the framework of the songs more clearly.”

Vulture again recorded with Marco Brinkmann in his Hellforge Studio where there were also some innovations. “We had a clearly structured daily routine, a normal working day with set goals in which we could focus purely on recording the songs. Our previous recordings were a bit less organized which resulted in working overtime for everyone involved at the end. This is one of the reasons why Sentinels is the best-sounding Vulture record to date!”

“Sentinels” Album Artwork

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