WOLVERINE Complete Work On 'Cold Light Of Monday'

Sweden's WOLVERINE have completed work on their second full-length album, "Cold Light Of Monday", tentatively due in June through Elitist Records. According to an official press release, "the album explores WOLVERINE's darker side, packed with high-quality, brooding classics tempered with the exquisite technical bravado that you'd readily expect."

The full track listing for "Cold Light Of Monday" is as follows:

01. Dawn
02. Sarah
03. New Best Friends
04. Tightrope
05. Carousel
06. Pantomime
07. Red Canvas
08. Dusk
09. Tied With Sin
10. The Final Redemption

A track from the album, "Tied With Sin", featuring a guest appearance by VENI DOMINE singer Fredrik Sjöholm, is available for download here. Also appearing on the album on backing vocals is TAD MOROSE singer Urban Breed.


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