WOLF To Guest On Rock 247 Online's 'Hair Metal Haven'

Swedish metallers WOLF will guest on the "Hair Metal Haven" show on Rock 247 Online on Saturday, September 1 between 17.00 and 19.00 GMT (18.00 and 20.00 CET). The interview was conducted during the band's recent visit to the U.K. and was taped at JB's in Dudley.

You can listen to the program live via the Internet at this location.

WOLF's latest album, "The Black Flame", was recorded at Studio Fredman in Gothenburg, Sweden. The follow-up to 2004's "Evil Star" is the first album to feature new drummer Tobias R Kellgren and longtime session/live guitarist Johannes Losbäck alongside founding members Niklas Stålvind (vocals, lead guitar) and bassist Mikael Goding (who has since left the band). A video for the song "I Will Kill Again" has been posted onliine at YouTube.com.

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