PowerwolfPowerwolf is a German power metal band created in 2003 by Charles and Matthew Greywolf. Playing together for years, they decided to create a band, and Powerwolf was started. Soon the "brothers" added French drummer Stéfane Funèbre and German keyboardist Falk Maria Schlegel to the band, but could not find a suitable singer to complete the line-up. In the meantime, the band started writing, and on holidays in Romania, Charles and Matthew met Attila Dorn. Dorn, who studied classical opera at the Music Academy of Bucharest, moved to the band's hometown Saarbrücken, and became the frontman of Powerwolf. With Dorn's love of Romanian werewolf legends, the band created their debut album, Return in Bloodred, which used these same legends as the basis of a lot of the lyrics. In 2007 they followed up with their second album, Lupus Dei, a concept album starring a wolf as the main character and his fall from bloodlust to enlightenment. Powerwolf's third album Bible of the Beast was released on April 25, 2009. Their fourth album, titled Blood of the Saints, was released on July 29, 2011 in Europe and August 2 in the United States. In 2012, Powerwolf released two discs. The first was the Wolfsnaechte Tour EP, a split EP with Mystic Prophecy, Stormwarrior, and Lonewolf. This EP featured a previously unreleased Powerwolf track, "Living on a Nightmare." Copies of this EP were originally distributed along with the purchase of tickets to Powerwolf's Wolfsnaechte Tour but since the tour's conclusion, copies have been available in the Powerwolf webstore. The second of Powerwolf's 2012 releases was Alive in the Night, the band's first live album. It contained 10 tracks was just over 45 minutes in length. It was released with the April 2012 issue of the German edition of Metal Hammer. The band became popular in Brazil in 2012, with the advertisement made on a Facebook page. Powerwolf released Preachers of the Night on 18 July 2013.
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