POWERWOLF To Release 'Trinity In Black' Box Set

Multinational heavy metallers POWERWOLF will release a deluxe vinyl box set entitled "Trinity In Black" on May 6 via Metal Blade Records. The box set includes the three albums "Return In Bloodred", "Lupus Dei" and "Bible Of The Beast" on black 180-gram vinyl; a bonus 10-inch red 180-gram vinyl with four rare tracks; exclusive A2 poster; eight-page full-size booklet; hand numbered collector's certificate; and exclusive woven patch.

The box set is limited to 500 copies and can be pre-ordered at this location.

POWERWOLF recently finished recording its as-yet-untitled fourth album. This time the pack invaded none less than five studios and two churches to get their latest metal hymns in shape!

In total, more than 70 people participated in the genesis of the follow-up to 2009's "Bible Of The Beast". Guitarist Matthew Greywolf comments: "Halelujah, it's done! After countless days of struggle, we have finally finished the work on the upcoming album. Still hard to believe the recording-crusade has come to an end — but holding the result in hands we feel more than proud and satisfied. We can promise you a goddamn great piece of wolfish metal insanity!"

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The new POWERWOLF CD will be released in July — right in time for the band's live celebrations at Germany's Summer Breeze and Slovenia's Metalcamp festivals.

POWERWOLF last year parted ways with drummer Stefane Funebre and replaced him with Tom Diener.

"Bible Of The Beast", the latest album from POWERWOLF, entered the German Media Control chart at position No. 76. The CD was released on April 27, 2009 in Europe via Metal Blade Records. Mixed by legendary producer Fredrik Nordström (IN FLAMES, HAMMERFALL, ARCH ENEMY) the opus was said to be POWERWOLF's heaviest album to date.

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