Swedish metallers WOLF, DARK TRANQUILLITY, IN FLAMES, OPETH, M.A.N, THE HAUNTED, MESHUGGAH and BLINDSIDE are among the bands who will be featured in Daniel Falk's photo exhibition on hard rock and heavy metal, to be shown at Musikens Hus in Gothenburg, Sweden on February 17.
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WOLF recently parted waus with drummer Tobias "Hammershark" Kellgren and replaced him with IN SOLITUDE's Uno "Piranha" Bruniusson.
The band will be at Toyas Studio Seven in Örebro, Sweden on February 22-24 to record a cover song for a special release by Century Media Records.
Video footage of WOLF performing the song "I Will Kill Again" on November 23, 2007 at the Uppsala Thrashfest in Uppsala, Sweden with drummer Uno "Piranha" Bruniusson can be viewed below.
WOLF recently posted its cover of IRON MAIDEN's "Déjà Vu" on the band's MySpace page. The song was featured on the "Tribute to the Beast Vol. 2" compilation, which came out in 2003 on Nuclear Blast Records, and on the vinyl version of WOLF's "Evil Star".
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