Powerwolf have premiered a lyric video for their new version “Werewolves Of Armenia.” This version of the track is from the band’s “Best Of The Blessed” release, which will be available on June 5.
The group commented:
“We are proud to share this newly recorded version of ‘Werewolves Of Armenia’ with you all. ‘Werewolves Of Armenia’ has become one of the most popular songs in our live shows ever since its release on Bible of the Beast in 2009. Over the years we have slightly developed the song further and further in countless live shows, and this new version, to us, has this extra kick and power this song gained over the years. It feels pretty close to how this song works in the live situation with all of you singing and partying along. Hope this new version can give you all some wolfish power in these hard times!”
Employed To Serve have premiered a new video for their new version of “Harsh Truth.” This version of the track, which is titled “Harsh Truth (Relived),” features Stray From The Path’s Drew Dijorio. The original version appears on the band’s latest album “Eternal Forward Motion.”
Frontwoman Justine Jones commented:
“‘Harsh Truth (Relived)‘ is a reminder that past demons have a habit of rearing their ugly heads again, and that doesn’t spell defeat. It means you stare back at them with more determination than ever before. This song is a reworking of the album track ‘Harsh Truth‘ that sees the song take a more primitive and visceral shape.
The track also features a guest spot from our friend Drew Dijorio (Stray From The Path) which takes the song to a whole other level. As soon as the guest spot started to take shape when we were reworking the track, we knew instantly Drew was the person for the job. The way he articulates his words with such venom fits perfectly with the groove whilst adding even more aggression to the tracks already punishing presence.”
Korpiklaani have shared a new version of “Beer Beer” called “Beer Kill Kill.” This track features Exodus vocalist Steve “Zetro” Souza and a lyric video for it can be found below. Souza commented:
“I was very excited, thrilled and honored to be asked and cannot wait to play this live with them! Trash ‘Beer Beer,’ time for ‘Kill Kill,’ Exodus style.”
The HU have premiered a music video for their new version Of “Wolf Totem.” This version of the track features Papa Roach’s Jacoby Shaddix, who had the following to say:
“I’m honored to be part of such a powerful new blend of rock n roll. The HU are the real deal. Don’t sleep on this.”
From Ashes To New have released a new version of their song “Every Second.” This version of the track features Eva Under Fire and an official video for it can be found below. Eva Under Fire’s Amanda Lyberg commented:
“I had a great time filming this video! The lyrics really spoke to me and I feel like the dark, desperate vibe was captured perfectly on screen. A huge THANK YOU to the From Ashes to New guys for having me be part of it all!”
Powerwolf have premiered a new video for the 2019 edition of “Kiss Of The Cobra King.” This version of the track was released to commemorate the band’s 15th anniversary and it can be purchased in various formats HERE.
The group commented:
“To celebrate the packs 15th birthday, we decided to realize an idea that had been around for many years – it felt like now was the right time for it to be realized. As a birthday present to ourselves and all the legions of PW-maniacs out there, we have re-written the ‘Return In Bloodred’-classic ‘Kiss Of The Cobra Kin’.”
Matthew Greywolf added:
“This song has been one of our faves ever since and it was a fun experience to transform this song into how it would sound if it were a song written by Powerwolf in 2019. In fact, it has become a totally new song and we absolutely love it. The writing and recording-session for this one was truly special to us, as there was no album context, no huge framework, just a loose idea and the freedom to let it happen. And since a special recording deserves a special visualization, we went all the way and shot an amazingly weird video-clip – enjoy!“