One thing’s for sure: Powerwolf knows what their fans want, and they’re certainly willing and able to deliver it time and time again. Ever since their incredible third album Bible of the Beast, these Germans have stuck to a specific formula, using elements of classic German power metal as their base, and adding their own unique flavor with the use of church organs and the epic vocals of Attila Dorn, to go with their always fun lyrics, which mix together werewolves, vampires and religion in imaginative ways. Over the course of three albums the band has perfected this formula, with each album making minor refinements to the same basic template.
For a moment in time , just for an instance we find ourselves often dwelling in emotions. Some of us listen to music to portrait emotions, certain bands like Pain Of Salvation induce emotions when they play music. Already being a popular entity as a band in the progressive genre for many years the Swedes have toppled a roller coaster of emotional imbalance when it comes to their music.