This is the very best White racialist popular music ever produced — digitally remastered in lush high fidelity sound and offered in a beautiful, professionally-produced new edition.
The new album includes a full lyric sheet, with notes, and handsome new full-color cover art — never seen before — by the artist Alfred Sundvall, who also created the art for the first edition of this monumental work.
The extremely talented songwriter and leader of Dresden, Joe Pryce, unselfishly donated this masterwork to the reconstituted National Alliance under Will Williams, and we are honored by his gift. The artist, Alfred Sundvall — who has sometimes produced work under the nom de guerre The Unknown Artist — donated the painting which graces the cover of this CD to the Alliance. It shows a White woman on a high summit, gazing out over a fog-filled infinity of mountains and valleys — not unlike the view from Pierce Point on the Alliance’s land in West Virginia, which our founder William Pierce loved so much. The cover art was inspired by Dr. Pierce’s favorite painting, Caspar Friedrich’s The Wanderer Above the Mists.
Call of the Blood is nothing like typical skinhead or “White power” music. It is powerful progressive rock, somewhat reminiscent of the British band Yes. It is melodic and lyrical, and is written and performed with absolute professionalism. Its 17 tracks are written from a radical White nationalist and National Socialist viewpoint. You have never heard anything quite like it in your life.
Here is the new CD’s track list:
• Horst Wessel Song
• George Lincoln Rockwell
• Ariadne in America
• To Robert Matthews in Valhalla
• Zog/Blood and Soil
• Desolation Row (to Robert Miles)
• Dark Queen
• Call of the Blood
• The Stormer (to Julius Streicher)
• Landsberg Am Lech
• For Wilmot Robertson (Instauration)
• Tryst (Danger in Central Park)
• The Party Song
• Threnody (to the Leader)
• White Amerika
• La Chasse (the Hunt)
This excellent music makes a great recruiting tool; music reaches a part of the soul that reason cannot touch.