Watch Teaser For MANOWAR's 'The Final Battle' DVD And Blu-Ray
August 17, 2020
On March 14, 2020, MANOWAR played its long-awaited first-ever concert in Mexico, headlining the Hell & Heaven Metal Fest in Mexico City. This historic event was recorded in highest definition, with over 15 8K and 4K cameras, a drone and immersive audio setup. The resulting footage will soon be released on Blu-ray, DVD and digital platforms under the title "The Final Battle". The first trailer for the set is available below.
The band's setlist was as follows:
01. Manowar 02. Brothers Of Metal Pt. 1 03. Blood Of My Enemies 04. Call To Arms 05. Hand Of Doom 06. Sons Of Odin 07. Swords In The Wind 08. Bass Solo 09. Battle Hymn 10. Thor (The Powerhead) 11. Kings Of Metal 12. Fighting The World 13. Hail And Kill 14. House Of Death 15. King Of Kings
16. Joey's Speech 17. Warriors Of The World 18. Black Wind, Fire And Steel
MANOWAR released a new EP, "The Final Battle I", in March 2019. Parts II and III of the trilogy will arrive at a later date, inspired by MANOWAR's adventures on the remainder of "The Final Battle".
Last year, MANOWAR recruited Anders Johansson as the band's new drummer.
The Swedish musician made his live debut with MANOWAR in March 2019 in Brno, Czech Republic.
Johansson can be heard on "The Final Battle I", which was initially made available in an exclusive pre-sale at the merchandise booth of the band's "The Final Battle" world tour.
Former MANOWAR guitarist Karl Logan was arrested in August 2018 in Charlotte, North Carolina and charged with six counts of third-degree exploitation of a minor. He was jailed after pleading guilty to two child-pornography counts.
A few days after Karl's arrest was made public, MANOWAR issued a statement saying that he would no longer perform with the group. He has since been replaced by E.V. Martel, who previously played in a MANOWAR tribute band.
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