Exclusive Comaniac song premiere!

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Thanks to our partners we have received an exclusive song premiere for Belgium! This time we’re dealing with the Swiss thrashers of Comaniac! Since their formation in 2012 they have been proving that they celebrate metal-mania in the best sense! Their debut album Return To The Wasteland was labeled as THE thrash highlight of 2015 by the press (powermetal.de). In 2016 they impressed with their performance at MetalDays 2016 and established their reputation as an amazing live band as support for bands like Exodus and Kreator.


Their sophomore release Instruction For Destruction is to be released through SAOL on April 7, 2017 and promises what they stand for: destructive thrash metal at its best! The first wrecking ball to be released from the album is called Bow Low and you can check it out down below! Comaniac are Switzerland’s promise for the future of metal and their songs have that high recognition value many young thrash bands can’t provide. Comaniac‘s destruction can’t be stopped! This is what they have to tell about the song Bow Low:

“The Song “Bow Low” is about the development of an authority that positions itself alternately between ‘good and bad’ and, analogous to the course of the song, grows into its manic middle section. Here, the totalitarian aspect of might breaks through and leads to its abuse and an incitement to destruction. The lyrical theme of “Bow Low” does symbolically represent the album’s title “Instruction For Destruction”. And it doesn’t respectively refer to the social perspective of authority, but also to the current political situation all over the world – for this also is about authority represented by the state, by religion or ethical principles.”

Down here you can also have the first glance at the cover artwork and the official tracklist of Comaniac‘s Instruction for Destruction!


1. Coal
2. Suborned
3. Bow Low
4. Guarding Ruins
5. How To End It All
6. Self Control
7. Shattered
8. Heart Of Stone
9. Forever More
10. Instruction For Destruction