MANOWAR Are Packing Chocolate Fudge: Photo Available
All fans who order more than $150.00 worth of merchandise from MANOWAR's official webstore, The Kingdom Of Steel, will receive a free exclusive MANOWAR Chocolate Ingot. "This exclusive item is the size of a gold bar right out of Fort Knox comprised of pure custom made chocolate fudge with the MANOWAR logo branded across the bar," reads a posting on the group's web site. "Additionally you will receive free domestic shipping with your order, our gift to you from The Kingdom Of Steel!" View a photo of the chocolate fudge at this location.
As previously reported, MANOWAR recently parted ways with Nuclear Blast Records. The group are rumored to be negotiating a new deal with the Sanctuary label.
MANOWAR's last studio album, "Warriors of the World", entered the German Media Control chart at position No. 2 (right behind EMINEM) back in May 2002. It has since been certified gold in Germany for sales in excess of 150,000 copies.
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