Demons & Wizards Release New Video for “Wolves In Winter”

As the world awaits the release of DEMONS & WIZARDS III on February 21st via Century Media Records, the band has released another video for their latest single, “Wolves In Winter.” The epic visual was directed by Ivan Čolić and produced by the iCODE Team. “Wolves In Winter” can be watched here:

Jon Schaffer explains: “I’m not sure why the title of this song came to me so strongly when I wrote and arranged the music. But it certainly did. I even put the wolves howling part on the pre-production demo before I had written any lyrics or heard any vocal melodies from Hansi. It is about embracing the beast that lies within us all. At any rate, it’s a cool song with a big hooky chorus. My favorite part is the verse riff though. It just sounds heavy and intense, and you can’t go wrong with that combination.”

Hansi Kürsch adds: “‘Wolves in Winter’ is definitely a tune, you want to hear live and even more than hearing it, you want to sing along with it immediately. Feel free to rehearse in front of your speakers!”

The new song comes from band’s upcoming release, an album that was fifteen years in the making. The album opener “Diabolic” and the AC/DC inspired “Midas Disease” were previously released to fan and critical acclaim. III is available as strictly limited deluxe vinyl artbook, 2CD artbook, gatefold LP, CD digipak and as digital standard/deluxe edition. Fans can go to for more information on all configurations.

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