MANOWAR Frontman To Release 'Wild Life And Wild Times' DVD In June

MANOWAR vocalist Eric Adams and Chester Moore — esteemed zoologist, outdoorsman, and wildlife journalist — have joined forces to create a unique and exciting look into the adventurous world of outdoor life on the "Wild Life and Wild Times" DVD, due in North America on June 27, 2006 through MANOWAR's Magic Circle Music (one day earlier internationally).

During the course of this visual excursion, Eric and Chester pursue such varied and exotic prey as emus, American bison, king salmon, elk, wild boar, and many more. They also investigate the unique phenomenon of rattlesnake roundups and venture into the night with television host Nathan Jones for a rousing bowfishing trip — which involves a unique bow and arrow rigged with a line and reel. "In the process, we used 33 arrows, 39 shotgun shells, 16 tree stands, four skinning knives, three sets of binoculars, four video cameras, 48 digital video tapes, flew more than 50,000 miles, drove 3,000 miles and gave 100 percent of ourselves every minute in the field and in the editing studio," they said in a press release. All of this — combined with a heart-pumping instrumental soundtrack composed and performed by Eric Adams — results in an outdoor adventure experience unlike any other.

To view the "Wild Life and Wild Times" e-card (including trailer, pictures and more), please visit www.wildlifeandwildtimes.com.

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