21 Songs, 1 Hour 24 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
30 Ratings
30 Ratings
left in the dark

Great year

New ghost album soon and then a new powerwolf album shortly after, epic year for sure! 🤘🏻

Ant H20


I can’t wait to hear this. The first single is gold🤘🏻🤘🏻🤘🏻


You got this

Ok I only enjoyed four songs out of this entire album which is sad... it’s nice they tried to make some changes but in my opinion they should stick to what they know. Either way I will support them!

About Powerwolf

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 to Romania, Matthew and Charles met Attila Dorn (born Karsten Brill), who had a strong voice as well as a passion for tales of werewolves, vampires, and evil spirits. The band became known as Powerwolf, with Dorn's lyrics meshing with the group's music, and they scored a deal with Napalm Records, which released their debut album, Return in Bloodred, in 2005. Metal Blade Records signed Powerwolf to a North American deal, and their second album, Lupus Dei, a concept album devoted to werewolf lore, appeared in 2007. Released in 2009, Bible of the Beast proved to be Powerwolf's final album with Stéfane Funèbre, with new drummer Roel van Helden joining in 2010. Powerwolf's fourth album, Blood of the Saints, appeared in the summer of 2011, and a live album, Alive in the Night, was released in 2012. Powerwolf signed with Capitol/Universal for the North American release of 2013's Preachers of the Night, while Napalm Records continued to represent the band in Germany, where the album debuted on the sales charts at number one. 2015 saw the release of the band's much anticipated sixth studio long-player Blessed and Possessed, and in 2016, Powerwolf issued their first DVD/Blu-Ray, the sprawling Metal Mass: Live. ~ Mark Deming

Saarbrucken, Germany