100 Years stream debut album in full

100 Years band photo

Self-proclaimed indie metallers 100 Years are streaming their self-titled debut album exclusively with Metal Hammer. Crafted over the past two years, the Swedish five-piece are an amalgamation of folk punks Dia Psalma and death metal pioneers Merciless.

If this sounds up your metallic street, then to give you a little peek behind the 100 Years curtain, vocalist Roger Petersson has written a handy, albeit cryptic, track by track guide for us!

The Medicine Knows My Name

“This is about being lost and lonely. Desperately searching for a medicine, a cure to solve all the mess once and for all.”

Breath Of Summer

“In a way, this is a a positive song about missing someone so much, it makes you wonder where to go. But the summer is not always nice and friendly.”

Too Far From Goodness

“The title says it all really. It’s one of many roads to darkness.”

Incendie

“This is the album’s slow and haunting instrumental track.”

All Grey

It’s about being trapped in a grey zone with no hope. Fucked for life on the wrong side of the great wall.”

Calling For Daylight

“This one’s a bit psychedelic in its weird turns up and down. It’s about doing things you shouldn’t do, but you do them anyway.”

All The Fools And Me

“When you have lost all trust to mankind, all you feel is to get the fuck out.”

The Flood

“This is the end of the world. When all is gone you start to build a new Eden…”

Concrete Eden

”…in concrete!”

100 Years is out June 17, via Suicide Records.