Manowar

Kalata

Out of the Silent Planet
Manowar are working on their 2nd EP (out of 3) - all these EPs are basically their new album.

Why they do not release a full album instead of 3 EPs. I don't get it. :huh:

Do it the traditional way: 1/2 singles and a proper album cover.
 
Sort of sad to see how off the boil Manowar have gone over the past 15 years. If they'd retired around the time of 'The Absolute Power' DVD release, they'd have left a hell of a legacy. They seem to have lurched from one disastrous project to the next since then, although I did very much enjoy the 2010 show in Birmingham.
 

Perun

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Sort of sad to see how off the boil Manowar have gone over the past 15 years. If they'd retired around the time of 'The Absolute Power' DVD release, they'd have left a hell of a legacy. They seem to have lurched from one disastrous project to the next since then, although I did very much enjoy the 2010 show in Birmingham.

I saw them live in 2019 and they were magnificent. That new guitarist they got was the best thing that could have happened to them.
 
I saw them live in 2019 and they were magnificent. That new guitarist they got was the best thing that could have happened to them.
I'm glad to hear it, and I don't doubt that they will always be a force of nature in a live setting.

I'm referring more to the endless stream of half-baked full length albums & stopgap EPs, confusing PR, announcements for projects that don't transpire, unnecessary re-recordings of classics and ongoing personnel issues.

Of course, it was disgusting to hear of Karl Logan's arrest, and makes it difficult to enjoy the albums that he played on. I also thought their treatment of the passing of Scott Columbus was pretty shameful.
 

Perun

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True, their recorded output has been pretty pathetic ever since Warriors of the World.
 
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