LONEWOLF: New Album Details Revealed
French metallers LONEWOLF are currently mixing their brand new studio album titled "Army Of The Damned" at the MP Studio (SABATON, MORTICIAN) in Poland. The CD was produced by Bart Gabriel (JACK STARR'S BURNING STARR, CRYSTAL VIPER), who previously worked with the band on 2009's "The Dark Crusade". One of the new songs features a special guest appearance by ex-IRON MAIDEN singer Blaze Bayley.
LONEWOLF is often described as the "new RUNNING WILD" as they mix classic metal influences of such bands as RUNNING WILD, ACCEPT and GRAVE DIGGER with the new attitude of groups like POWERWOLF.
In other news, the Polish label Skol Records (a division of Gabriel Media) will release a special limited deluxe edition of the two first rare LONEWOLF albums "March Into The Arena" and "Unholy Paradise" on one disc. Both albums were remastered, and the package will include special booklet with all the lyrics and lot of old pictures.
For more information, visit www.lonewolfdivision.com.
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