Beissert -- the German metallers that refer to their music as "Saxon:Blood:Rock" and are perhaps best described as a Teutonic version of Corrosion of Conformity -- will release their second album, 'The Pusher,' on May 25 on Agonia Records.

According to a press statement, "'The Pusher' is a scraggly, lunatic witches cauldron filled with elements of metal, doom, hardcore, stoner, noise and a lotta rock -- 12 tracks that are eerie fairytales about looting, pillaging, despoiling and celebrating darkness, ignorance and calamity."

The record is the follow-up to the 2007's 'Nothin' Left to Luv!' and includes the track 'Die Dunkelheit Uns Sich Nimmt,' which is now streaming on their MySpace.