This was the first time any Bangladeshi band played at Wacken, performing alongside the likes of Testament, KISS, Slayer and more.
Thrash metal band Trainwreck is set to release their 4th single "Almost God" on 24 January, Friday.
After winning "Bangalore Open Air" last year, Trainwreck was busy preparing to perform at the "Wacken Open Air" in Germany, famously called the "Mecca of heavy metal". This was the first time any Bangladeshi band played at Wacken, performing alongside the likes of Testament, KISS, Slayer and more.
Emphasising on the single, Trainwreck guitarist A K Rahul stated, "'Almost God' was recorded with our previous lineup. We have already launched the merchandise for this song. The tremendous support we have received from our fan-base means a lot to us. This song is a gift for them."
"We will premiere the single on YouTube. Following that, the song will also be available on multiple music apps," the guitarist further added.
Trainwreck was recently seen performing at "20 years of Artcellism" where they covered Artcell's "Gontobbohin" from the album "Oniket Prantor". The tribute met with instant acclaim.
Earlier, Trainwreck had released their singles "909," 'Veil of Discord" and "Walking Down to The Gallows."
The current lineup of Trainwreck features Abir Ahmed Shuvo on vocals, A K Rahul and Ekram Wasi on guitars, Habibullah Farhan on bass, and Asif Mahmood on drums.