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Manowar Posts Sneak Peek Of New Album Featuring "Expendable" Track

Manowar has posted a second sneak preview from the band's upcoming album, coming this Summer 2012. This second preview also comes from the private listening session held for a select group of journalists and fans at Wisseloord Studios, Netherlands. Check out the clip below, featuring the song "Expendable."

Manowar bassist Joey DeMaio, mixing engineer Ronald Prent, and Grammy award winning mastering engineer Darcy Proper provided insight into the making of the Manowar record, and the specific requirements in the production for a band that is world-renowned for a sound that is louder than any other band and yet equally clear and perfect.

The new album will be "everything you've come to know and to love about Manowar; and more," DeMaio recently said in a press conference.

It will once again feature art by the world renowned fantasy artist Ken Kelly. Manowar will be headlining several festivals this summer, celebrating the new record and the 10th anniversary of one of "Warriors Of The World."

Sat, June 16, 2012 -- Ost Fest -- Bucharest, Romania
Thu, June 21, 2012 -- Gods Of Metal -- Milan, Italy
Fri, July 6, 2012 -- Getaway Rock Festival -- Gävle, Sweden
Mon, July 9, 2012 -- Dortmunder Music Week Festival -- Dortmund, Germany

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1. Cynic writes:

Sounds like a "Kings of Metal" era style? Who cares it's Manowar, never heard an album by them I didn't like.

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