WOLF Secure U.S. Deal For 'Evil Star'

Swedish metallers WOLF have secured a U.S. deal with Prosthetic Records for the release of their third full-length album, "Evil Star". The album will be released in Scandinavia on February 25 through MNW/No Fashion Records.

The follow-up to 2002's "Black Wings" was produced by Peter Tägtgren (HYPOCRISY, PAIN) at Abyss studios in Sweden and features artwork by Thomas Holm.

"Evil Star" track listing:

01. Evil Star
02. American Storm
03. The Avenger
04. Wolf's Blood
05. Transylvanian Twilight
06. Devil Moon
07. Out of Still Midnight
08. The Dark
09. Black Wing Rider
10. (Don't Fear) the Reaper (BLUE ÖYSTER CULT cover)

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WOLF recently filmed a video for the track "Wolf's Blood". The theme of the clip, according to a posting on the band's web site, is "THIN LIZZY at 'Top of the Pops' '77 meets JUDAS PRIEST at Budokan in '81."

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