1914 - 03 - 8 × 50 Mm. Repetiergewehr M.95 by 1914: The Poetry of War published on 2016-09-02T14:04:08Z New split release between powerful war-machines from the New World and the Old World: militant black metal by MINENWERFER vs. blackened death-doom by 1914. During the Great War, their grandfathers were on different sides of the trench, but 100 years later, music has bonded them together. Ich hatt einen Kameraden is not only eight musical tracks; it’s history - a history of battles on the Eastern front during 1914-1915, during the Carpathian and Masurian campaigns. It's a history of people who lived, loved, fought, and died. This painting of the Great War, which claimed the lives of over 40 million people, changed the world and destroyed the greatest empires of the Old World. Ich hatt einen Kameraden - I had a comrade! I had! But he left lying on the slopes of the Carpathian Mountains, in the snowy woods of Masuria, he choked gas under Bolimov, he remained forever to look at the gray sky of East Prussia. I had a comrade. But war engulfed him. She always chooses everything. War. War never changes.