MANOWAR's 'Father' Recorded In Swedish, Russian; Free Download Available

Instigated by the overwhelming fan reaction to the multilingual presentation of "Father", featured on the recent MANOWAR CD, "Thunder In The Sky", the self-proclaimed "kings of metal" have recorded two more versions of the song, one in Russian and one in Swedish. These two new translations make numbers 17 and 18, respectively.

Now MANOWAR is calling on you, the true metal fans in Sweden and Russia — and all other countries where MANOWAR have not been playing for way too long — make some noise and demand your local promoters to bring MANOWAR to your home country! It's long overdue!

As Christmas present to all their fans worldwide, the new "Father" recordings can be downloaded FOR FREE.

To get your free download, click here.

"Thunder In The Sky" is available as a complete MP3 album and soon as a physical CD in The Kingdom Of Steel online store.

MANOWAR's new album, "Hammer Of The Gods", which is the first installment of "The Asgard Saga", the band's unique multimedia fantasy adventure with best-selling author Wolfgang Hohlbein, is tentatively due in early 2010.

MANOWAR's latest DVD in the "Hell On Earth" series was released on November 27. "Hell On Earth V" covers MANOWAR's recent world tours, including Germany, Norway, Spain, Finland, Russia, Romania, Turkey, USA and Canada. It features live performances of old and new classics such as "Gloves Of Metal", "The Crown And The Ring", "Hand Of Doom", "Hymn Of The Immortal Warrior", "Father", "God Or Man" and many others.

(Thanks: NJthrasher)

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