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Decent debut

There are some interesting ideas on this album, but overall it pales in comparison to the successor, Lupus Dei, and isn't nearly as strong as the recent Powerwolf albums. Most of the Powerwolf elements are here, aside from occasional Latin lyrics and truly epic choruses. However, I will say they pretty much nailed their Satanic, sinister sound from the get go; they just improved on it with each album. If you're into Powerwolf, then by all means pick up all their albums

Powerwolf has.....

TAKEN OVER MY LIFE! A great band with over the top members! I loooove all the random languages and opera incorporated! Keep it up guys! Give it a listen!

Biography

Formed: 2003 in Saarbrucken, Germany

Genre: Metal

Years Active: '00s, '10s

One of Germany's leading metal bands, Powerwolf combine high-speed guitar work and thundering drums with forceful vocals and dark fantasy themes. Powerwolf were formed in 2003 by guitarist Matthew Greywolf (born Benjamin Buss) and bassist Charles Greywolf (born David Vogt), two musicians who had been working together for years. Teaming with keyboard player Falk Maria Schlegel and drummer Stéfane Funèbre, the new group had trouble finding a lead singer who suited their vision until, during a visit...
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Return in Bloodred, Powerwolf
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  • $7.99
  • Genres: Metal, Music, Rock
  • Released: Apr 04, 2005

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