One year after the release of their latest, highly acclaimed album Dealin’ Death VULTURE returns with a brand new, exclusive digital single. High Speed Metal has always been the slogan of the band, it was about time to dedicate a song to this self-explanatory style description. In classical VULTURE fashion, High Speed Metal meets all their fans expectations, high octane, fast and catchy Metal that will please any fan of Heavy, Speed and Thrash Metal! This song will surely become an instant live classic.
Watch the brand new video (directed by Victoria Star) for High Speed Metal HERE:
And stream the single on all digital platforms HERE:
Comments the band: “High Speed Metal is combining all the elements VULTURE’s about. Fast and thrashing riffs, drum fills from another world and fierce, deadly vocals! We’re happy to now not only have High Speed Metal as our slogan but also as a definite track that’ll melt front row faces on all upcoming shows!”
The single will be released right on time for the band’s live appearances with EXCITER that are going to start next Monday (see below for all dates). Of course the band will perform High Speed Metal on all shows listed including prestigious appearances at Wacken Open Air and Summer Breeze Open Air.
20.06.22 NL – Den Haag – Musicon w/Exciter, Bütcher
21.06.22 DE – Hamburg – Bambi Galore w/Exciter, Bütcher
22.06.22 DE – Kassel – Goldgrube w/Exciter, Bütcher
23.06.22 CH – Aarburg – Musigburg w/Exciter, Bütcher
24.06.22 DE – Passau – Zauberberg w/Exciter, Bütcher
03.08.22 DE – Wacken – Wacken Open Air
20.08.22 DE – Dinkelsbühl – Summer Breeze Open Air
27.08.22 DE – Wörrstadt – Neuborn Metal Open Air
10.09.22 DE – Andernach – Iron Hammer Festival
17.09.22 DE – Schrobenhausen – Metal Im Woid Festival
05.11.22 AT – Innsbruck – Golden Gallows
When it comes to contemporary thrash, there are few bands that can stand toe-to-toe with Germany’s VULTURE. Establishing their status with 2016’s Victim To The Blade EP and 2017’s The Guillotine, then cementing their reputation with 2019’s Ghastly Waves And Battered Graves, they returned last year with the mighty Dealin’ Death, one of the most ruthless records the genre has seen. “Take all our key elements – fierce riffing, halftone-shifts, aggressive vocals, huge toms, changing dynamics, horror-synths and classical twin guitar harmonies and cast it in a mould, then you have ‘Dealin’ Death’,” says guitarist Stefan Castevet.