Beyond the City of the Dead, the follow-up to debut, The Rising, by Werewolves in Siberia is officially being announced for April 1, 2014. Digital downloads as well as cassettes on Graveyard Calling will be available that day. Digital downloads come free w/ purchase of the limited edition cassette if you choose to order one. Head over to the Graveyard Calling page and pick up any number of their cassettes (including what’s left from the limited run of The Rising) and be on the lookout for Beyond the City of the Dead April 1. For now, take a listen to Lycanthropic Dreamscape off the new album to get yourself hyped…
Couldn’t wait for the art to get finished for Beyond the City of the Dead… just had to post a song off of it. This is similar art to what will be used, but not the final thing by any means. Sit back and enjoy a brand new werewolf-themed tune from Werewolves in Siberia. Album out March, 2014 with the cassette available through Graveyard Calling.
Happy New Year from Werewolves in Siberia. Lots in the works for 2014, so here’s a preview:
-Beyond the City of the Dead
The second album is finished, the master is in-hand. Giving a few listens to make sure nothing got mixed up in the mastering process. The art has been started and, while not quite finished yet, I can say it’s looking great so far. We’re looking at an early March release date with the cassette release through Graveyard Calling Horror Records at the same time the digital version is available.
-The Rising on cassette
Speaking of Graveyard Calling, The Rising is available on cassette through the label. There were only 50 made and when they’re gone, they’re gone. The art by Travis Berg, alone, is worth picking this one up. It’s the ultimate collector’s item for the WIS fan. You can find it HERE.
On top of the new album, WIS is hard at work on the soundtrack for indie UK horror film, Post|Human, by Monkey Puzzle Cinema. On Christmas Eve the first teaser trailer was released and featured “Ghosts”, a WIS song written specifically for the movie. Check it out here!
Now that you’re done spending all your money on everyone else, spoil yourself with a Jeremy Wheeler-designed Werewolves in Siberia t-shirt from the merch store.