WOLF 'Looking Forward' To Recording New Album
Sweden's WOLF have posted the following message on their official web site:
"Nick [Niklas Olsson, guitar/vocals] is playing the evil priest 'Hannias' in 'Jesus Christ Superstar' in Stockholm right now. He's getting some great reviews, and the show seems to be a huge success. Very cool, and we are proud of him. His new vocal skills will show on the next WOLF album for sure. We are all looking forward to the recording.
"At the same time Tobbe [Tobias Kjellgren, drums; ex-DISSECTION, SWORDMASTER] is away on tour, working as a stand-in drummer for IN FLAMES. This means that Mumlan [Mikael Goding, bass] and Johannes [Losbäck, guitar] are the only Wolves at home right now. But writing is moving forward anyway. A couple of tracks have been put on tape and another bunch will be recorded as soon as Tobbe gets back home."
WOLF's third album, "Evil Star", was released in the U.S. in April 2004 via Prosthetic Records. The follow-up to "Black Wings" was produced by Peter Tägtgren (HYPOCRISY, PAIN) at Abyss studios in Sweden and features artwork by Thomas Holm.
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