“Triumph Of Death”, a brand new song from Polish death metal veterans VADER, can be streamed in the YouTube clip below. The track is taken from the band’s new album, “Tibi Et Igni” (a Latin phrase which translates to “For You And Fire”), which will be released on May 30 via Nuclear Blast. The follow-up to 2011’s “Welcome To The Morbid Reich” was recorded at Hertz Studio in Bialystok, Poland with producers Wojtek and Slawek Wiesawski. The artwork was handled this time by Joe Petagno (MOTÖRHEAD).
Commented VADER mainman Piotr “Peter” Wiwczarek: “Joe is a legend! Not just because he created MOTÖRHEAD logo or breathtaking artworks for many outstanding albums. Joe is over all times and his imagination touches the Hell itself…. And this is enough reason to ask him for painting ‘a Hellfire’ for VADER’s new music. He accepted it and… made me so proud!”
Joe Petagno added: “They have been on my ‘get in touch’ list for years. Finally we managed it and for a killer album very appropriately titled: ‘Tibi Et Igni’.”
“Tibi Et Igni” track listing:
01. Go To Hell
02. Where Angels Weep
03. Armada On Fire
04. Triumph Of Death
06. Abandon All Hope
07. Worms Of Eden
08. The Eye Of The Abyss
09. Light Reaper
10. The End
12. Des Satans Neue Kleider
Bonus 7″ Vinyl:
Side A: Necropolis
Side B: Przeklęty Na Wieki (Cursed Eternally)
“Tibi Et Igni” will be made available as a standard jewelcase CD, digipak (with 2 bonus tracks), as colored vinyl with a bonus seven-inch EP (including 2 bonus tracks) and exclusively at Nuclear Blast mailorder as a limited digipak edition with a signed VADER tourbook.
VADER released a special seven-inch single containing two tracks from “Tibi Et Igni”. The single is titled “Go To Hell” and includes the following songs:
Side A: “Where Angels Weep”
Side B: “Triumph Of Death”
The song “Where Angels Weep” was also made available digitally.
The vinyl and the digital version were released on April 18 via Nuclear Blast.
VADER’s forthcoming effort will mark the recording debut of British drummer James Stewart (DIVINE CHAOS), who replaced Pawel “Paul” Jaroszewicz in 2011.
VADER’s last album, “Welcome To The Morbid Reich”, was released in Europe on August 12, 2011 and in North America on September 13, 2011 via Nuclear Blast Records.