Power Metal: Powerwolf Release 15th Anniversary Version Of ‘Kiss Of The Cobra King’

Germany’s Power metal priests Powerwolf have redone one of their most popular songs for their 15th Anniversary! ‘Kiss of the Cobra King’.

Guitarist Matthew Greywolf on the new track:
“To celebrate the packs 15th birthday, we decided to realize an idea that had been around for many years – it felt like now was the right time for it to be realized. As a birthday present to ourselves and all the legions of PW-maniacs out there, we have re-written the ‘Return in bloodred’-classic ‘Kiss Of The Cobra Kin’. This song has been one of our faves ever since and it was a fun experience to transform this song into how it would sound if it were a song written by Powerwolf in 2019.

In fact, it has become a totally new song and we absolutely love it. The writing and recording-session for this one was truly special to us, as there was no album context, no huge framework, just a loose idea and the freedom to let it happen. And since a special recording deserves a special visualization, we went all the way and shot an amazingly weird video-clip – enjoy!“

Also in celebration of fifteen years on the metal scene, Powerwolf have also come out with a board game, called Armata Strigoi. You can check it out here!

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