Multinational metallers POWERWOLF have completed "most of the songwriting" for their next album, which they plan to begin recording in early January for a summer release via Napalm Records. According to the band, "There will be fast stuff, heavy stuff and epic stuff as well as some unholy little surprises — and all of that in the most typical, powerwolfish way you can imagine. [We] can't wait to bring these songs to life."
POWERWOLF's first live album, "Alive In The Night", was recorded exclusively for Metal Hammer, Germany's leading metal magazine. The CD was only available with the April 2012 issue of Metal Hammer.
POWERWOLFs' "We Drink Your Blood" video can be seen below (courtesy of Metal Hammer magazine). The clip was filmed in an ancient monastery church.
"We Drink Your Blood" comes off POWERWOLF's fourth album, "Blood Of The Saints", which was released in August 2011 via Metal Blade Records. The CD was made available as a regular CD, a limited-edition digibook 2-CD and on vinyl. The cover art was created by POWERWOLF guitarist Matthew Greywolf.
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