WOLF: U.K. Version Of 'The Black Flame' To Include Bonus Material

Sweden's WOLF will release its new album, "The Black Flame", in the U.K. on Monday, February 19.

The band has put together some special material for the U.K. edition of the album which will include recent live footage and the "never-to-be-seen-on-TV" version of the video "I Will Kill Again" (the really bloody gory version).

"The Black Flame" U.K. version track listing

01. I Will Kill Again
02. At The Graveyard
03. Black Magic
04. The Bite
05. Make Friends With Your Nightmares
06. Demon
07. The Dead
08. Seize The Night
09. Steelwinged Savage Reaper
10. Children Of The Black Flame

Plus U.K.-only bonus material:

* Live video footage from the Keep It True Festival, November 4, 2006 in Lauda-Königshofen, Tauberfrankenhalle, Germany.
* "The Bite" - from the album "The Black Flame"
* "Genocide" - from the album "Black Wings"
* "I Will Kill Again" (long splatter version)
* Promo video directed by Owe Lingvall for Village Road Film

< "The Black Flame" was recorded at Studio Fredman in Gothenburg, Sweden. The follow-up to 2004's "Evil Star" is the first album to feature new drummer Tobias R Kellgren and longtime session/live guitarist Johannes Losbäck alongside founding members Niklas Stålvind (vocals, lead guitar) and Mikael Goding (bass). A video for the song "I Will Kill Again" has been posted onliine at YouTube.com.

WOLF was formed 1995 by Stålvind and Goding. After recording several demos, Daniel "Dale" Bergkvist (drums) joined the band in 1997 and completed the core lineup that recorded the first three albums: "Wolf" (2000), "Black Wings" (2002) and "Evil Star" (2004) — all of them recorded and produced at the Abyss studio by Peter Tägtgren.

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