Lonewolf – The Heathen Dawn (July 8, 2016)

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lonewolf heathen dawnThe new and 8th album by the French True Heavy Metal leaders Lonewolf from Grenoble, France! The history of Lonewolf, hailing from Grenoble (France), began back in 1992. They played true heavy metal since the very beginning and soon released several demo tapes as well as a 7” and recorded even an album, which unfortunately never got released and is referred to as the lost album. Following a bad experience with a French label, Lonewolf split up in 1996. They came back in 2000, along with the demo March Into The Arena, which was re-released as the band’s debut album via Goi Music in 2002. The second album Unholy Paradise followed two years later. Made In Hell was released in 2008 via Eat Metal, followed by The Dark Crusade in 2009 (via Kathargo Records/Killer Metal Records). Other official studio albums are Army Of The Damned (2012, Napalm Records), The Fourth And Final Horseman (2013, Napalm Records) and The Cult Of Steel (2014, Massacre Records). In 2015, Lonewolf shot the official video for “Hordes Of The Night” off the latest album The Cult Of Steel. They signed with the German booking agency EAM in February 2016 and are now ready to release their new album The Heathen Dawn mixed and mastered by Charles Greywolf of Powerwolf via Massacre Records. (from Amazon)

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