WOLFEN SOCIETY To Begin Writing 'All-New' Material For 'Misanthropic Race'

WOLFEN SOCIETY, the project featuring DARK FUNERAL's Lord Ahriman, ACHERON's Vincent Crowley, INCANTANTION's Kyle Severn, and THE ELECTRIC HELLFIRE CLUB's Ricktor Ravensbruck, have been in contact with each other during the recent weeks and are planning to start writing their new CD, entitled "Misanthropic Race". "The songs that will be featured on this new album will all-new material, written by the whole band," according to a posting on the group's web site.

In other news, there are plans for the WOLFEN SOCIETY "Conquer Divine" MCD to be released on vinyl. It will feature complete lyrics and some other "killer stuff" for collectors, according to the band's web site. The name of the label putting this out will be announced soon.

Also on the WOLFEN SOCIETY front, the band's t-shirts, long sleeves and baby-doll shirts are currently available at www.razamataz.com.


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