MANOWAR Records 'Father' Track In 16 Languages; Behind-The-Scenes Footage Available

"Father", the first song released from MANOWAR's new EP, "Hammer Of The Gods", was recorded in 16 languages and was included as a bonus CD with the band's new EP, "Thunder In The Sky".

Video footage of MANOWAR discussing the recording process for the "Father" track can be viewed below.

Destined to be a collector's item, the tour edition of the EP is being made available at all the festivals MANOWAR headlines on the "Death to Infidels Tour!". In addition, the EP is available for sale online in high-quality, DMR-free, MP3 format only at The Kingdom Of Steel online store. The downloadable version of the EP contains the exact same content as the version on sale during the tour.

"Thunder In The Sky" EP track listing:

CD 1:

01. Thunder In The Sky
02. God Or Man
03. Let The Gods Decide
04. Father
05. Die With Honor
06. The Crown And The Ring (2008)

CD 2:

"Father" sung in the following languages:

* German
* Italian
* Romanian
* Hungarian
* Bulgarian
* Norwegian
* Spanish
* French
* Greek
* Turkish
* Polish
* Japanese
* Croatian
* Portuguese
* Finnish

MANOWAR will head to Moscow, Russia for an exclusive concert on July 24 at the outdoor Gorky Park Green Theater. This will be the seventh major event that the band will be headlining this summer and the first time MANOWAR will perform at an outdoor arena in Russia!

MANOWAR's new album, "Hammer Of The Gods", which is the first installment of "The Asgard Saga", the band's unique multimedia fantasy adventure with best-selling author Wolfgang Hohlbein, is tentatively due this fall.


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