WOLF: 'Evil Star' Released On Vinyl

Immortal Vinyl Records has released the third full-length album from Sweden's WOLF, "Evil Star", as a three-sided double LP with a gatefold cover and white/black marbled vinyl. The LP, which includes the bonus track "Déjà Vu", is limited to 500 copies and is available for price 14 euros plus shipping costs. Also available are the test pressing copies in black vinyl and the original cover, limited to five copies only, priced at 30 euros. All questions and orders should be addressed to Immortal Vinyl Records at: [email protected] The album is also available from Nuclear Blast mailorder.

WOLF's personal tattoo artist, Ronnie Johansson from A-House Tattoo, will be giving away free WOLF tattoos during the band's appearance at this year's 2000 Decibel Festival on May 21 at Valhall in Bengtsfors, Sweden (180 kilometres north of Gothenburg). The design offered is the "Wolf-head", and all you need to do to upgrade yourself for the summer is to book a session by sending the band an e-mail to this address: [email protected], Subject: Tattoo. You need to be 18 years or over. The free tattoo session starts at 12:00 p.m. and ends at 2:00 p.m.

"Evil Star" was released in the U.S. in April 2004 via Prosthetic Records. The follow-up to "Black Wings" was produced by Peter Tägtgren (HYPOCRISY, PAIN) at Abyss studios in Sweden and features artwork by Thomas Holm.


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