MANOWAR Giving Away Another Chopper

MANOWAR has posted the following message on its official web site:

"After the success of the recent 'Gods Of War' chopper competition, it's not over for the fans. MANOWAR will give away another newly designed and custom-built chopper: The 'Hell On Earth IV' chopper!

"This bike was built in 2005 and has a S&S super stock engine and a stretch chopper frame from National Frame with the 'Hell On Earth IV' DVD cover artwork."

If you would like to be part of this competition, you need to register here.

As previously reported, an audio interview with MANOWAR vocalist Eric Adams, conducted recently by Judyth Piazza of "The American Perspective", has been posted online at this location (MP3, 14 MB). In the interview, Adams talks about his new "Wild Life and Wild Times" DVD and his philosophies on hunting.

An e-card for the new MANOWAR double DVD, "The Day The Earth Shook - The Absolute Power", can be accessed at this location.

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