The Republic of Wolves have finally announced the release of their highly anticipated third full-length album, shrine. The album is set to be released on March 27th, and more information can be found here.
Mason Maggio, the band’s vocalist and guitarist shares, “shrine is our third full-length album, and thus far it feels like the most complete representation of who we are collectively as artists Lyrically, it’s a roughly narrative concept album, drawing inspiration from mythology and folklore, and musically it’s the amalgamation of three years’ worth of ideas and experimentation – all leading to a cohesive body of work that we’re immensely proud of.”
“Mitama” is the latest powerful track released from the album, and you can find the music video for the track above. The Republic of Wolves also previously released “Northern Orthodox” back in 2016, and though it was just a single at the time, it will appear on shrine.
The album will be their first full-length album released since 2013, when they released No Matter How Narrow. Recently, though, the band have released a set of covers, which you can check out via their Bandcamp page.
Below you can find the artwork and track-listing for shrine.