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WOLVES DEN - Working On Second Album

German black metallers Wolves Den are working on their second full-lenght and if judging from their debut album, released in 2015, truly stunning material is expected. The band was founded in 2013 by singer and bassist Helge Stang and guitarist Mexx Steiner. Vocal cord torturer Helge with his insanely fascinating voice caused already enthusiastic reactions in Equilibrium for some years and on two albums, as well as in Arafel and some other bands. With the wolfish wild, Bavarian black metallers, Helge reveals a powerful striking development. Over the years his highly charismatic skill has become very extensive and complex, as it's now urgently to hear. The drums are excellent played by Manuel Di Camillo, also well known out of his days in Equilibrium. The fourth bloke in the horde is live-axeman Stefan Botz, mainly known of Lunar Aurora so far. Their outstanding profound debut album titled Deus Vult (God Wants It) has been recorded between March and April 2015 in Munich based Grotesque Studios, resulting in a very good sound experience. The subtle and sometimes wonderful sacral synth underpaintings on Deus Vult were created by Dominik Morgenroth (Worship) and Equilibrium's René Berthiaume, which often brings on the captivating disc gigantic atmospheres to life. Link