CHILDREN OF TECHNOLOGY Drop First Track from New Album!

Italian thrash metal mongers CHILDREN OF TECHNOLOGY has dropped the first track, “The New Barbarians”, from their upcoming third album. The album, Written Destiny, which is due out in November via Hells Headbangers. Check out the new lyric video below along with more information on their new album.

From The Press Release

Today, wasteland speed metalpunks Children of Technology reveal the new track “The New Barbarians.” The track is the first to be revealed from the band’s long-awaited third album, Written Destiny, which will be released this November by Hells Headbangers on CD, vinyl LP, and cassette tape formats. Complete with a gritty VHS-style video, hear Children of Technology‘s “The New Barbarians” in its entirety HERE at Hells Headbangers‘ official YouTube channel.

It’s been six long years since Children of Technology released their now-classic second album, Future Decay, through Hells Headbangers. In that time, the Italian speed metalpunks have been busy cruising the post-apocalyptic wasteland, searching for ammo and gasoline. In the interim, they released a career-spanning collection of singles and splits, Apocalyptic Compendium – 10 Years in Chaos, Noise and Warfare, preparing for an even crueler future. Indeed, in these days of the Coronavirus pandemic, that future has arrived…

All the more fitting, then, that Children of Technology return to rule that wasteland with their third full-length, Written Destiny. The death squad firmly established by DeathLörd and Borys Crossburn (Barbarian) has seen the new entry of Dee Dee Altar (Bunker 66), thus shaping a power-trio in the most classic ’80s way. And compared to the COT’s already-considerable catalog, this Written Destiny dashingly and dangerously powers headlong into the ’80s underground, more resolutely upping the METAL in the crusty equation and spitting out eight new anthems that are equal parts gleam and grime. It’s almost as if the power-trio took their well-worn tank, scrubbed some of the rust off, and gave it an engine pumped full of nitrous; this album simply CHARGES! Not surprisingly, the band’s influences this time around are squarely focused on early Onslaught, Warfare, Venom, Anti-Cimex, Nuclear Assault, and Sacrilege UK – but what results is 666% Children of Technology, with a charisma that’s undeniable, and undeniably their own.

“Six years have passed since Future Decay,” says DeathLörd, “a long period of time busy with raids all across the wasteland to scrape fuel for our supplies and records for our collections. Still loyal to our roots, we keep walking the ridge between metal and punk, careless whether that’s trendy or not. With such a tight lineup, we have been able to deliver our most intense recordings ever. Harder. Faster. Stronger. Killer.”

Suiting for this occasion is absolutely godly cover art courtesy of Velio Josto (Riot, Enforcer, Cruel Force, Vulture, Ostrogoth). Likewise, the vinyl version will come with a bonus 7″ featuring an Onslaught cover and a reboot of an old demo song. If ever there was a time for Children of Technology to return to rule the wasteland (or whatever’s left of it), it’s NOW – because it’s Written Destiny!
 Begin returning to that wasteland with the brand-new track “The New Barbarians” HERE at Hells Headbangers‘ official YouTube channel. A release date in November is expected, but will be confirmed shortly. Preorder info to also follow.

Aforementioned cover art and tracklisting are as follows:

Tracklisting for Children of Technology’s Written Destiny
1. Soundtrack of No Future [4:52]
2. Creation Through Destruction [3:07]
3. Written Destiny [2:41]
4. The New Barbarians [5:39]
5. Desert City [4:12]
6. Warpainted Nightcreatures [3:08]
7. The Days of Future Past [4:46]
8. Wasteland Cratediggers [5:16]


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About Michael Juvinall (6514 Articles)
I am a devoted husband and father. I have been a voracious horror fan since the early age of 5 and metal fan since I was 14. I watch all horror films but my great loves are classic horror films: Universal Monsters, Werewolves, Hammer Horror and an all-around affinity for things that go bump in the night! I'm also a huge fan of extreme metal music.

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