Nuclear Winter releases new single “Corridor of Shells”

One-man Zimbabwean melodeath project Nuclear Winter is excited to share the new single “Corridor of Shells.” Fresh off his July 2020 EP Stormscapes, mastermind Gary Stautmeister says, “I’m pleased to release this song which comes from a new album I’m working on. This song is about the aftermath of a battle and uses the Japanese idea that retreating/surrendering brings shame to their country.

Listen to the single here: [LINK – embedded below]

Nuclear Winter’s cover of “What Is Love” was featured on MetalSucks this April, gaining this underdog project international notoriety. Stormscapes garnered positive attention as well; as Distorted Sound put it, “This is a very powerful release and indicates a bright future for Nuclear Winter.” The single is sure to continue Nuclear Winter’s forward march!

Listen to more Nuclear Winter music:

Press release courtesy of Dewar PR

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