Watch: Frozen Soul’s New Song ‘Arsenal of War’ Is Death Metal Excellence

FROZEN SOUL - Arsenal Of War (feat. Reese Alavi of Creeping Death) (OFFICIAL VIDEO): Press
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In their relatively short career thus far (having formed in 2018), Frozen Soul has already more than proven themselves to be a powerhouse of death metal ferocity. Alongside their contemporaries like 200 stab Wounds, Sanguisugabogg, and Undeath, Frozen Soul is ushering in a new golden age of death metal.

The band really rocked the scene with their 2021 studio album debut Crypt of Ice, and in just a couple of months, they will be releasing their second studio record, Glacial Domination.

Not that long ago, the band released the first single off the record; as of today, they have released a second single titled “Arsenal of War.”

Per band frontman Chad Green, the song is a tribute to his late brother. Per the vocalist:

“This song is special to me as it’s about my late brother. 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.”

“Arsenal of War” is incredibly heavy, offering powerful instrumentation that is both sonically crushing and exudes a gloomy atmosphere. You can check out the music video for the band’s new song via the video player below.

Also below you will find all of Frozen Soul’s upcoming tour dates.

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  • 4/14 — Philadelphia, PA — Decibel Metal & Beer Fest
    4/15 — Pittsburgh, PA — Roxian Theatre
    4/16 — New York, NY — Irving Plaza
    4/18 — Buffalo, NY — Town Ballroom
    4/19 — Detroit, MI — St. Andrews Hall
    4/20 — Grand Rapids, MI — The Intersection
    4/21 — Toronto, ON — Phoenix Concert Theatre
    4/22 — Montreal, QG — MTelus (With Despised Icon)
    4/23 — Boston, MA — Paradise
    4/25 — Baltimore, MD — Baltimore Soundstage
    4/26 — Cincinnati, OH — Bogart’s
    4/27 — Nashville, TN — Eastside Bowl
    4/28 — Atlanta, GA — The Masquerade
    4/29 — Orlando, FL — The Beacham
    4/30 — Tampa, FL — The Ritz
    5/1 — Houston, TX — White Oak Music Hall
    5/3 — Austin, TX — Mohawk
    5/4 — San Antonio, TX — Vibes Event Center
    5/5 — Ft. Worth, TX — Ridglea Theater
    5/6 — Lawrence, KS — Granada Theater
    5/7 — Denver, CO — Summit Music Hall
    5/8 — Albuquerque, NM — Sunshine Theater
    5/10 — Mesa, AZ — The Nile
    5/11 — Los Angeles, CA — Belasco Theater
    5/12 — Anaheim, CA — House of Blues
    5/13 — Berkeley, CA — UC Theatre
    5/14 — Sacramento, CA — Ace of Spades
    5/16 — Salt Lake City, UT — The Depot
    5/18 — Seattle, WA — Neptune Theatre
    5/19 — Portland, OR — Roseland Theater
    5/20 — Vancouver, BC — Rickshaw Theatre
    5/22 — Edmonton, AB — Union Hall
    5/23 — Calgary, AB — Palace Theatre
    5/25 — Winnipeg, MB — Park Theatre
    5/26 — Minneapolis, MN — Skyway Theater