WOLF Absinthe 66,6% - Launched at Swedish Systembolaget!
posted in September 6th 2014

On September 1 the amazing WOLF Absinthe 66,6% was released at Swedish Systembolaget!
It´s available on the shelf in the shops in Örebro, if you live somewhere else in Sweden just order at this link:


This is the metallest spirit ever! A must have for lovers of quality spirit and metal in general...or both!

If you live outside of Sweden order your bottle here:



Tombstone Webzine and awesome pictures!!
posted in September 5th 2014

Do yourself a favour and head on over to the Tombstone Webzine and check out the awesome pictures for our August 31 show at Turock Open Air!!

Just click the link and be amazed!


Lords of Metal 'Devil Seed' review. 80/100
posted in September 5th 2014

Excelent 'Devil Seed' review from Lords of Metal. 80/100

"Wolf’s traditional heavy metal has always had a dark edge to it, but on ‘Devil Seed’ the men have taken that to a higher level. In general the album breathes an aggressive, grim and sinister atmosphere, which makes the whole thing more exciting."

Read more at the link below.


They love 'Devil Seed' at Metal Wani! 8/10
posted in September 4th 2014

Got a great review over at Metalwani.com. They gave it 8/10

"I am a sucker for Old School metal, and for people like me, it would make them nostalgic as hell and transport them back to the glory days of leather, studs, high-pitched screams and powerful, melodic guitars."

Read the entire review here:


'Devil Seed' gets 4+ in one of Sweden's biggest papers!
posted in September 3rd 2014

Mattias Kling ger 'Devil Seed' 4+ i Aftonbladet....han lyckas till och med klämma in ett Göterborgsskämt.

'Devil Seed' gets 4+ in one of Sweden's biggest papers 'Aftonbladet'.

Another awesome Polish 'Devil Seed' review! 9.2/10
posted in September 3rd 2014

One for our Polish friends, we can´t read it but it got 9.2/10 so we figure it´s great!! 
All hail Poland!

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