MANOWAR's current single, "Warriors Of The World United", is still in the German Top 20 Single chart four weeks after its release, according to the group's official web site. The single has reached #1 in the German DJ metal charts, and has entered the German DJ Alternative Charts at #4, while the accompanying video has remained in the top position of the German music channel Viva Plus rock charts. In addition, only one week before the release of the band's long-awaited new album, entitled Warriors Of The World, it has been voted #2 in Rock Hard magazine's monthly "soundcheck" (where all the publication's contributors rate that month's new releases and compile a chart based on the resulting scores) and has received a 12 (out of 12)-star review in the new issue of Visions magazine.Warriors Of The World will hit the European stores on Monday, May 27th, and will be promoted by an autograph-signing session at Saturn in Cologne, Germany on May 28th as well as an autograph-signing session plus a short live set at the world's biggest electronic store, Saturn in Hamburg, Germany on May 30th.
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