Back in February, Frozen Soul announced their upcoming new album, Glacial Domination — which was produced by Trivium main man Matthew K. Heafy — and unleashed its lead single, "Morbid Effigy," featuring Dying Fetus frontman John Gallagher. Today (March 15th), the Lone Star State up-and-comers have offered up a second taste of the album, "Arsenal of War," a frigid blast of brutal death metal that boasts another guest vocalist: Reese Alavi of fellow Texans Creeping Death. Blast it above via its gnarly music video.
"This song is special to me as it's about my late brother," Frozen Soul vocalist Chad Green commented. "We used to play Everquest and when I stopped, I gave him my character named 'Swiftarroww.' He played Swift for 20 years until he passed. The song reflects on his life, referencing the game and how he never let darkness change who he was. He shone bright and made everyone around him shine. Now that he's gone, we carry his light to keep the darkness at bay."
Glacial Domination is due out May 19th via Century Media and it's now available for pre-order in a variety of formats. One of those is a Revolver-exclusive vinyl variant on "magenta/black marbled" wax — limited to just 300 copies worldwide. Order yours from our shop!