Powerwolf Streaming Gary Moore Cover “Out In The Fields”

The upcoming Powerwolf album “Blessed & Possessed” (reviewed here) will be released worldwide on July 17th via Napalm Records.

On top of that there’s a ten track bonus tribute album titled “Metallum Nostrum” that features very special cover versions of classic anthems from metal giants including Judas Priest, Savatage, Black Sabbath, and Amon Amarth to name a few.

Today the wolves have released a brand new lyric video for the song “Out In The Fields” which is a cover of the Gary Moore track. Check it out below. Roel Van Helden commented on the song and lyric video:

“Like most of us, I began listening to metal when I was 11 years old. Later I discovered Thin Lizzy, who just like Iron Maiden – had a big influence on me. I still love to spin Gary Moore’s records while having a good glass of wine. Also his blues phases were genius. For ‘Out in the Fields’ we made a few changes, for the musicians under us: The original track is played in 4/4 stroke, but we re-wrote it into 12/8. This way it became more metal. But a good song is functioning in any form.”

The “Metallum Nostrum” disc is available with the 2-CD mediabook & all limited editions of “Blessed And Possessed.”

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Godhunter Releasing Split With Amigo The Devil

Godhunter and Amigo The Devil present “The Outer Dark,” the first recorded collaboration between the downtrodden sludge/metal perpetrators and banjo-strumming murderfolk soloist, which will see release on Valentine’s Day.

The morose two-song 7″ bears a heart-wrenching original track named “Weeping Willow” leading things off on the A-side, and a stark rendition of Nirvana’s “Something In The Way” on the B-side, and the whole thing showcasing both acts in an entirely new way.

Now just a week from its morose public destination, The Obelisk has exclusively premiered a new video for the A-side ballad, which can be seen below. The video was created by Frank Huang, diehard videographer for Metal Injection’s Pit Full Of Shit live video column and more.

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Cadaveria Posts New Music Video For "Flowers In Fire"

Cadaveria has released an official music video for the song “Flowers in Fire,” which is available now in the player below. The video was filmed in September 2012 in three different locations in Piedmont, North Italy, by the director Alberto Maria Gotti of Morbid Vision.

An extended version of the video as a short film is also available on Morbid Vision’s Vimeo channel right here. The original track “Flowers in Fire” comes off Cadaveria’s latest album “Horror Metal,” released on January 31st, 2012 on Bakerteam Records.

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