Destr├Âyer 666 release new track from ‘Wildfire’

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DESTR├ûYER 666┬áare premiering the second┬ánew anthem taken from their forthcoming full-length ‘Wildfire’, which has been slated for worldwide release on February 26th. The song “Hymn To Dionysus”┬áis now exclusively streaming via the official media partners below.

Rock Hard (DE)
Pitchline Zine (ES)
Kaaoszine (FI)
Thrashocore (FR)
Metalpaths (GR)
Kronos Mortus (HU)
Metal Wani (IN)
Andfari (IS)
Rock Hard (IT)
Metal Exposure (NL)
Eternal Terror (NO)
Kvlt (PL)
Ultraje (PT)
Antichrist Magazine (UA)
Terrorizer (UK)

DESTR├ûYER 666 previously unveiled the artwork and track-list of ‘Wildfire’, which can both be viewed below.

The original ink drawing was created by Zbigniew M. Bielak. The Polish artist has won applause and recognition in the metal scene through his works for bands such as GHOST, MAYHEM, and WATAIN among many more.

DESTRÖYER 666 album cover
1. Traitor
2. Live And Burn
3. Artiglio Del Diavolo
4. Hounds At Ya Back
5. Hymn To Dionysus
6. Wildfire
7. White Line Fever
8. Die You Fucking Pig!
9. Tamam Shud
DESTRÖYER 666 picture KK
Photo-credit: Ester Segarra
DESTRÖYER 666 have no need to prove anything. The band originally starting out as a solo project of BESTIAL WARLUST guitarist KK in Australia in 1994 has already delivered four highly acclaimed and influential albums that cemented their excellent reputation within the metal scene.

Now ‘Wildfire’ makes a complete fist that goes straight into your face. These nine heavy hymns are made of the essence of metal. There is no core, no post, no bullshit on this album ÔÇô just great hard hitting song. Each track is hammered out rough and gritty, yet at the same time they all are intelligently arranged and massive in sound.

The term “old school” applies to a point, but without any clinging to simple nostalgia. DESTR├ûYER 666 have nothing in common with a bunch of kids trying to emulate the eighties, but live and breathe metal since that golden age of hard music.

With their debut album ‘Unchain the Wolves’ (1997), DESTR├ûYER 666quickly gained international attention. The band followed up with the even stronger ‘Phoenix Rising’ (2000), which saw the Australians relocating to Europe in order to satisfy the soaring demand for touring and festival shows. After a round of line-up changes, their third full length ‘Cold Steel… For an Iron Age’ (2002) again took the scene by storm. After a hiatus caused among other issues by disenchantment with the business,DESTR├ûYER 666 returned with the crushing ‘Defiance’ to climb to a new peak in 2009.

Now, the band around mastermind KK unleashes ‘Wildfire’ with nine burning tracks that will hunt you down like a pack of fiery wolves. DESTR├ûYER 666deliver metal at its best ÔÇô made powerful by an unbroken and unrelenting spirit. No compromise!

KK – guitars, vocals
Ro – guitars, vocals
Felipe – bass
Perra – drums

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