MANOWAR Performs In Moscow, Russia: Photos Available
A number of high-quality photos of MANOWAR performing live in Moscow last night (Saturday, April 7) have been posted online at Russia's lDarkside e-zine. The group's setlist was as follows:
01. Intro - The Miracle And The Finale
03. Brothers Of Metal
04. Call To Arms
05. Gloves Of Metal
06. Each Dawn I Die
07. Holy War
09. The Oath
10. Secret of Steel
11. Bass Solo
12. The Gods Made Heavy Metal
13. Kill With Power
14. Die For Metal
15. Kings Of Metal
16. Warriors Of The World United
17. Hail And Kill
18. Black Wind, Fire And Steel
19. Outro - The Crown And The Ring
MANOWAR's video for the song "Die for Metal" has been posted online at YouTube. Portions of the clip were filmed on February 24, 2007 in Bochum, Germany, during the release party for the band's new album, "Gods of War". Besides the fans, the video stars well-known German actor Tim Sander.
"Die for Metal" comes off MANOWAR's tenth full-length album, "Gods of War", which was released on February 23 in Germany (February 26 for the rest of Europe and April 3 for the USA/Canada).
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