Well, here we are, on Thanksgiving. I haven’t used this blog page for a year or so. It’s no longer connected to a .com address. But, just in case anyone ever came here for Werewolves in Siberia news, I’ve got some.
This Friday the 13th, the next WIS album drops everywhere digitally. Terrifying Tales from the Mausoleum is going to knock your socks off.
On Black Friday, the album will be up for pre-order on the Bandcamp page for just $3 and you’ll get 2 songs right away. Black Friday also brings the classic Lycanthropian Hunger shirt back for a limited time and using the code ‘blackfriday’, you’ll get it 40% off (thru Cyber Monday).
Stay safe out there. Black Friday can be… a killer. 🔪🔪
Jeremy Wheeler’s werewolf design t-shirt is back on sale for a limited time.
There will be some new stuff hitting the Bandcamp page soon. What will it be? Time will tell.
Available once again for just two weeks, The House of Nosferatu t-shirt comes with a digital download of the song of the same name. Previously, this track was only available with the Graveyard Calling Records compilation “…and Out Come the Bats”. You are still urged to pick up the comp as all proceeds go to Bat World Sanctuary.
This shirt is only for sale until 7/14/14. All orders will be printed and shipped out on 7/15/14.
Use code ‘e20’ and get 20% off of everything at WerewolvesInSiberia.bandcamp.com until 6/8. That’s right, digital albums, t-shirts, bundles… EVERYTHING! Don’t miss out…
Also, order the new WIS t-shirt designed by Bang! Media’s Jeremy Wheeler. Proceeds will go to the next album. At this point the recording and mixing is finished. It’s ready for a title, artwork and a master. Due out early next year.
Not many WIS updates as of late. The truth is, I’ve been busy working on album #2 as well as an indie horror soundtrack. There’s a good start on both but there’s no rushing this. Don’t forget, “The Rising” is out on limited edition cassette on Graveyard Calling Records this November.
There are also a few new t-shirt designs in the works. Got a great artist lined up who’s worked on some pretty great projects for cult classic movies and killer record labels. No specific time on these but hopefully they’ll be out there sometime in October. More info on this later.