With a title like 'Cape of Our Hero,' you'd expect something pretty inspiring, and Volbeat definitely deliver with the clip for their latest single. The track, which is featured on their upcoming 'Outlaw Gentlemen & Shady Ladies' album, just debuted and the video has arrived, as well (watch below).
Danish rockers Volbeat have just unveiled a mountain of details for their 2013 album, 'Outlaw Gentlemen & Shady Ladies.' Set for an April 9 release, the upcoming record is packed with stories of characters both real and fictional, while tapping the sonic talent of former Anthrax guitarist and new band member Rob Caggiano, as well as Danish legend King Diamond as one of many guest musicians.
Danish rockers Volbeat have a ton of captivating news to offer fans. Along with unveiling the title, release date an cover artwork of their upcoming fifth studio album, 'Outlaw Gentlemen & Shady Ladies,' Volbeat have also announced that former Anthrax guitarist Rob Caggiano has joined the group as a full-time member.
You may need to strap on a helmet when you get a load of the songs in the 2013 Loudwire Rock Bowl. We're taking some of the hardest hitting tracks and pairing them off in order to determine the best song to get you amped for a football game. In this first-round matchup, we're pitting Metallica's classic 'Seek and Destroy' against the Danish rockers Volbeat and their recent hit 'A Warrior's Call.'
Former Anthrax guitarist Rob Caggiano hasn't wasted any time whatsoever with his recent decision to leave the band and dedicate his career to production. In fact, Caggiano has entered the studio with Danish rockers Volbeat to twiddle the knobs on their fifth studio album, which is titled 'Outlaw Gentlemen & Shady Ladies' and due this spring.
Danish rockers Volbeat have kept quiet for most of the latter part of 2012, but that's partly because they've been working on new music. The group reveal in a new posting that they're just about ready to share some of their fresh material and will test it out while playing dates in their home country early next year.
Iced Earth guitarist Jon Schaffer has a distinct and very metal look. When a fan pictures Schaffer, they see a black shirt or tank top, a denim or leather vest, a bandana and an angry metal face. In a hilarious doppleganger moment, Volbeat frontman Michael Poulsen joined Iced Earth onstage dressed exactly like Schaffer as the band played their classic namesake track, 'Iced Earth.'