A three-minute report on the just-completed German leg of MANOWAR's "Death To Infidels World Tour 2010" — the band's first world trek since 1998 — can be viewed below (courtesy of Germany's RTL). This marked the first time MANOWAR took part in an indoor tour of Germany since 2007.
MANOWAR's new album, "Hammer Of The Gods", which is the first installment of "The Asgard Saga", the band's unique multimedia fantasy adventure with best-selling author Wolfgang Hohlbein, is due later in the year.
MANOWAR's latest DVD in the "Hell On Earth" series was released on November 27. "Hell On Earth V" covers MANOWAR's recent world tours, including Germany, Norway, Spain, Finland, Russia, Romania, Turkey, USA and Canada. It features live performances of old and new classics such as "Gloves Of Metal", "The Crown And The Ring", "Hand Of Doom", "Hymn Of The Immortal Warrior", "Father", "God Or Man" and many others.
(Thanks: Natanael Mignon)
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