manowar400 Manowar have announced their return into the studio to begin working on their next studio album.

In order to concentrate on the yet unnamed new studio album, the band will postpone their U.S. tour dates in November due to scheduling conflicts. Tickets will remain valid and updates regarding new dates will be announced as soon as possible. Those who cannot attend the re-scheduled concerts will be able to get a full refund.

Manowar will headline Loud Park Festival in Tokyo on October 18th and will then resume the Kings Of Metal MMXIV World Tour with first dates in Germany in January. More 2015 dates will be announced soon.

Meanwhile, Hell On Earth V is now available on iTunes in many countries; more will follow shortly.

Shot from over 150 camera angles, including spectacular helicopter footage, this video with more than 2 hours running time includes the
Viking Encore set from the 2007 Demons, Dragons and Warriors tour, full-length versions of Sons Of Odin, Glory, Majesty, Unity, Gods Of War and many others, with highlights from Turkey, Spain, Czech Republic, USA, Canada, Germany and other countries.

More Manowar feature length videos will be available on iTunes stores worldwide shortly.

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Kings Of Metal MMXIV World Tour – Confirmed Tour Dates:

October 18, 2014 – Loud Park Festival – Tokyo, Japan
January 14, 2015 – Grugahalle – Essen, Germany
January 16, 2015 – Zenith – Munich, Germany
January 17, 2015 – Jahrhunderthalle – Frankfurt, Germany (SOLD OUT)

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  • Fred Curtis on

    I’ve been listening to Manowar since Metal Kings album from 80’s, it’s great to see them still out making new music. Can’t wait to check it out. Unfortunately they’ll never tour here in Canada as no one here probably never heard of them and the show I’ve heard they put on is worth what they charge for tickets. But I wouldn’t know as I probably won’t get to see them unless they come somewhere close to me.

  • James K. on

    This story made me feel nostalgic and I listened to the original Kings Of Metal album, which I haven’t done in years and years, and I had totally forgot how over the top this band is. Listening to Joey play “Sting Of The Bumblebee” just made me shake my head and laugh. Very impressive, no doubt, but very corny at the same time. I’m going to instruct my family that when I die, which I hope isn’t for at least 50 years from now, that I want that bass solo blasted at ear splitting volume at my funeral, just to piss everyone off.

  • Andy on

    I’ve heard Lord of Steel, I think the last thing Manowar should do is go back into the studio. I’d rather see them get their asses back to America and do a real tour, not a few spotty cities here and there, an actual tour. I was fortunate enough to see them in February and I planned on touring the country to see them finish up their November dates, but nope. They’d rather s–t out another album than pay respect to the land they came from. Manowar, you f ed up. You’ve neglected us for too long and that’s probably why nobody knows who you are in the States. Put the recording on hold and tour a bit more. I don’t want another remake album (yeah, f you guys for that, way to ruin Battle Hymns and Kings of Metal for money) and I sure as s–t don’t want Lords of Steel. I’ll pay 75 dollars to see a one hour set list at a dinky venue with no opening bands (as b.s. as that was) but you won’t get a dime out of my pocket for another album. I love Manowar but lately, this band has been pushing my buttons. Get it together guys- a full US tour, a decent set list, an opening band and tickets that aren’t more expensive than my damn car insurance. Sincerely, one pissed off brother of metal

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