THE VISION BLEAK's New Album Enters German Chart At No. 93

THE VISION BLEAK's new album, "The Wolves Go Hunt Their Prey", has entered the German Media Control chart at position No. 93.

"The Wolves Go Hunt Their Prey" is available as a normal CD and as a deluxe edition containing a CD, live DVD, and a return coupon for ordering an exclusive T-Shirt and a free THE VISION BLEAK patch.

THE VISION BLEAK's Ulf Theodor Schwadorf previously stated about the new CD: "The album contains nine songs which are definitely among the heaviest and at the same time the most atmospheric and most stringent pieces of music THE VISION BLEAK has ever released. The metal part — read: the guitar riffs — of THE VISION BLEAK's sound certainly has made it more into the foreground on 'The Wolves Go Hunt Their Prey', but still there are bombastic orchestral sections, acoustic guitars, sitars and lots of atmospheric details featured in all songs."

The German gothic metal band will tour Europe with THERION and SIRENIA in December. A headlining trek covering Germany, Austria and Switzerland is planned for January 2008.


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