WOLF's performance at this year's Sweden Rock Festival — which took place June 6-9 in Sölvesborg, Sweden — is available for streaming on the Swedish national radio (Sveriges Radio) web site at this location (scroll down and click on the speaker next to "P3 Live med Wolf").
Commented the band: "The show at Sweden Rock was awesome. We always known that we kick ass live, but with the energy of the crowd at Sweden Rock fest we maximized everything. It's great to share it with the metal community."
WOLF has announced the addition of bassist Anders "Tornado" Modd to the group's ranks.
The band has released its latest album, "The Black Flame", on vinyl. According to the band, the 12" vinyl is limited to 500 copies and is exclusively signed on a poster.
"The Black Flame" was recorded at Studio Fredman in Gothenburg, Sweden. The follow-up to 2004's "Evil Star" is the first album to feature new drummer Tobias R Kellgren and longtime session/live guitarist Johannes Losbäck alongside founding members Niklas Stålvind (vocals, lead guitar) and bassist Mikael Goding (who has since left the band). A video for the song "I Will Kill Again" can be viewed below.
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