"Frontschwein" (a literal translation would be "front pig") is a colloquial term among soldiers since World War I sarcastically describing the front soldier and its status as mere cannon fodder, condemned to crawl through trenches and die amidst a sea of mud, blood and piss. "Frontschwein" alludes to the merciless fighter as it alludes to the soldier's often miserable and worthless existence in war time. Being not only obsessed with creating sonic extremity, but also with delving into all the facets of war, unpolished and real, mastermind Morgan is eager to unleash another martial opus upon the quivering masses:""Frontschwein" explores the killing fields of WW2", he states. "From the simple front soldier's daily hell in the title-track to the raging, burning desert of "Afrika", across the blood-soaked ground in "Falaise: Cauldron Of Blood" - site of a murderous battle in Normandy / France - over to the Eastern front. At the end of the record, war drums are beating, while the wheels of death grind ever on, spewing forth "Thousand-Fold Death"."