SZARY WILK premiere new track at Black Metal Daily

Polish black metal cult Szary Wilk premiere the new track “Wilczy Taniec” at heavily trafficked web-portal Black Metal Daily. The track is the second to be revealed from the band’s highly anticipated debut album, Wrath, set for international release on February 19th via Putrid Cult. Hear Szary Wilk‘s “Wilczy Taniec” in its entirety exclusively HERE.

A mysterious quartet hailing from Poland, Szary Wilk released their first demo, Wrota chaosu, in 2018 via Putrid Cult. Despite being a brand-new entity and their first recording arriving in 2018, more accurately could Szary Wilk have come from mid-’90s Poland, so authentic is their ancient pagan black metal.

But now, they trump that accomplishment with their debut full-length, Wrath. Aptly titled, Wrath is literally a timewarp to colder/grimmer/truer days of all-caps BLACK METAL. No “post,” no “friends,” no contact, no LIFE: simply, Szary Wilk solely focus on the majestic, mystical essence of ancient-days/ways songwriting and conjure a cruel-yet-comforting atmosphere for those following the voice of blood. And at five songs in a compact 33 minutes, the trio waste no time on pleasantries or flights of fancy – and yet, the all-engrossing experience of Wrath feels far vaster than that runtime suggests. Szary Wilk are straight from the source, and it shows ad infinitum.

For those whose hearts beat true for early Behemoth, Graveland, Veles, Infernum, and Sacrilegium, return to the pagan vastlands with Szary Wilk‘s Wrath!

Continue returning with the brand-new track “Wilczy Taniec” exclusively HERE, courtesy of Black Metal Daily. Begin returning with the previously revealed “Mortuos Voco” HERE at Putrid Cult‘s official YouTube channel. Cover and tracklisting are as follows:

Tracklisting for Szary Wilk’s Wrath
1. Mortal
2. Behind the Curtain of Death
3. Mortuos Voco
4. Wilczy Taniec
5. Wrath

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