MANOWAR: New Audio Interview With KARL LOGAN Available

A nine-minute audio interview with MANOWAR guitarist Karl Logan conducted by Norway's Metal Express Radio has been posted online at this location.

As previously reported, MANOWAR director Neil Johnson who is responsible for overseeing all of the band's DVDs and music videos has posted a new video featuring a world-premiere exclusive sneak preview of the new MANOWAR song which will be released during the Magic Circle Festival 2008 (July 9-12 in Bad Arolsen, Germany).

Neil recently visited Galaxy Studios in Belgium while Joey DeMaio was recording the choirs and mixing the new version of "The Crown And The Ring" and the new MANOWAR single "Die With Honor". Neil also reveals some surprises that MANOWAR is preparing for the festival.

Watch the video below.

This year's Magic Circle Festival will feature four days of metal, 20,000 free beers, 20,000 free copies of the new MANOWAR single and four custom-built choppers owned by MANOWAR members to be given away.

MANOWAR is scheduled to perform on the Friday evening of the festival, where they will play "Battle Hymns", "Into Glory Ride" and "Hail To England". On the Saturday evening, the band will play "Sign Of The Hammer", "Fighting The World" and "Kings Of Metal". This set will also feature, for the first time, a rendition of "The Crown And The Ring (Lament Of The Kings)", which will feature the original choir and orchestral performance that has never been seen before.

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