Manowar's 'Die For Metal' Video Available
MANOWAR's new video, 'Die For Metal' has been posted online here. The track is pulled off of the band's new album, Gods Of War, which will officially be released April 3rd in North America via Magic Circle Music.
The album features the following tracks: 'Overture To The Hymn Of The Immortal Warriors', 'The Ascension', 'King Of Kings', 'Army Of The Dead, Part I', 'Sleipnir', 'Loki God Of Fire', 'Blood Brothers', 'Overture To Odin', 'The Blood Of Odin', 'The Sons Of Odin', 'Glory Majesty Unity', 'Gods Of War', 'Army Of The Dead, Part II', 'Odin', 'Hymn Of The Immortal Warriors'. Bonus Track: 'Die For Metal'.
Gods Of War is Manowar’s first entry in a cycle of concept albums; each a tribute to a different war god. Opening with the epic piece 'Overture To The Hymn Of The Immortal Warriors', the tone is set for an album beyond anything Manowar has done before. This album honors Odin - almighty father of the Norse gods - and details the history and exploits of this storied character. His power and wisdom were unmatched among the gods and he is paid tribute with human sacrifice on the battlefield, as heard in the song 'The Sons Of Odin', the stomping title track 'Gods Of War' and the storytelling 'The Blood Of Odin'.
Besides the normal jewel case version, Gods Of War will also be released as a limited edition in an embossed metal slipcase containing a high grade mediabook bound in leather. Furthermore, this limited edition will feature a bonus DVD with unreleased material about the making of this album and some special behind-the-scenes footage.
A double-vinyl LP in a gatefold sleeve will also be available.
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