Greta Van Fleet's debut album due in Oct.
The Frankenmuth foursome's 'Anthem of the Peaceful Army' will hit stores Oct. 19
Frankenmuth rockers Greta Van Fleet have set an Oct. 19 release date for its debut full-length album, "Anthem of the Peaceful Army."
The 10-song set, which is now available for pre-order, was recorded in Nashville and at Royal Oak's Rustbelt Studios and was produced by Marlon Young, Al Sutton and Herschel Boone.
“This record is going to be a heavy hitter,” Sam Kiszka, the group's bassist, told the News in May. “We poured our hearts and souls into this thing. I think it’s the start of something very serious.”
The album follows the group’s two 2017 EPs, “Black Smoke Rising” and “From the Fires.”
The band, which played three sold-out nights at the Fillmore Detroit in May, is expected to support the album with a concert at the Fox Theatre, which was being advertised outside the Fillmore shows. No specifics on the concert have been announced.
Greta Van Fleet, which is comprised of brothers Jake, Sam and Josh Kiszka (along with drummer Danny Wagner), formed in 2012. The group recently opened a series of overseas dates for Guns N' Roses.
"Anthem of the Peaceful Army's" track listing is as follows:
1. Age of Man
2. The Cold Wind
3. When The Curtain Falls
4. Watching Over
5. Lover Leaver (Taker Believer)
6. You're The One
7. The New Day
8. Mountain of the Sun
9. Brave New World