MANOWAR Announce North American Release Date For 'Hell On Earth III'

MANOWAR's brand-new double DVD, titled "Hell On Earth III", will receive its long-awaited North American release on March 9.

As previously reported, the two-disc set features more than 90 minutes of ear-numbing performances private behind-the-scenes footage, interviews and pre- and post-show rituals.

This package also contains the program "Live In Germany The Ringfest" — the legendary one-hour show that dominated the city of Cologne during the PopKomm 2002 convention, filmed and recorded in front of 27,000 people. This performance has been completely re-edited from at least a dozen cameras and remixed in 5.1 digital surround sound.

In addition, for the first time ever, the band's entire video collection is included — beginning with "Gloves Of Metal" to the latest "I Believe", plus several never-before-seen documentaries about the making of these videos.


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