MAELSTROM Premiere “Th13teen Within A Circle” Music Video

Debut Studio Album ‘Of Gods And Men’ Out May 22nd
 
Exclusive Interview w/ Decibel Magazine – Read Here
 
Epic thrash metal group MAELSTROM are excited to share another offering from their soon to be released debut album; an accomplishment more than three decades in the making. Today, the band has premiered their music video for “Th13teen Within A Circle” exclusively via Decibel Magazine. In addition to the new video, vocalist Gary Vosganian spoke with Decibel in one of the band’s most extensive interviews to date. Both the interview and music video premiere can be found here.
 
MalestroM will independently release their debut album ‘Of Gods And Men’ on May 22nd (next Friday). Fans can pre-order ‘Of Gods And Men’ HERE
 
‘Of Gods And Men’ Tracklisting:
 
Part I – An Arisen Avatar:
1. “Arise (A Waltz Toward War)” (6:18);
2. “Army From Ash” (5:24);
3. “The Mirror Calls (8:32);
4. “A Futile Crusade” (8:40);
5. “Lament of the Fallen” (6:18)
 
Part II – Of Sacrifice, Saviours and Sanctity:
6. “Th13teen Within a Circle” (5:47)
7. “Thief of Light” (4:59);
8. “An Ancient Art” (6:46)
 
Part III – A Predestined Prophecy:
9. “Predestined” (5:05);
10. “SonRise (A Lullaby to the Gods)” (12:36)
 
About MaelstroM
Formed in the ferocious firestorm of the eighties thrash movement, MaelstroM began its storm surge by quickly dominating their local scene of Long Island, New York. Within a few years they expanded beyond regional borders and began to gain worldwide notoriety. Unfortunately, like many bands of that era, MaelstroM fell victim to the changing scene as harder metal gave way to Seattle grunge and the landscape of heavy music shifted. 
 
Not satisfied with the way things ended with MaelstroM’s legacy, vocalist and lyricist Gary Vosganian and main song writer and guitarist Joey Lodes set out to finish the vision they had left incomplete all those years ago. Finally, after multiple fits and starts, hurdles and heartaches, the pair has realized their dream with the worldwide release of their debut album ‘Of Gods And Men’. A journey that began, humbly, as a few kids in a basement, some 32 years ago.
 
‘Of Gods and Men’ is rooted in the sounds and themes of MaelstroM’s eponymous 1989 debut demo and 1991’s acclaimed, This Battle to Make History, Yet History Never Comes. It represents a further step in the band’s evolution beyond their superlative 2008 EP It Was Predestined, which charted CMJ Top 20 as an independent and was recognized on Terrorizer Magazine’s coveted annual ranking of “best unsigned bands”.
 
‘Of Gods And Men’ delivers a 69 minute album of such complexity and decades-intense planning, that it can hardly be considered simply a collective of ten songs. “There was always a very cinematic pageantry to what we were looking to do,” continues Gary. “The idea was to create a cinematic vision, more than simply individual songs. It is meant to be a whole piece, conceptual in all aspects and truly an album, which we consider to be ‘an abandoned art’ these days”.
 
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