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Metal icons Powerwolf signs world-wide collaborative deal with Bravado

Icons of metal, Powerwolf has signed up with Universal’s merchandise and brand management company, Bravado in an exclusive, world-wide collaborative deal.

The partnership includes the live, retail and licensing lines of business.

The band’s current studio album “The Sacrament of Sin” (Napalm/Universal), recently reached the top spot in the official German TOP 100 album charts, while Powerwolf celebrated its first platinum certification in the Czech Republic.

Having recently completed a headline tour and run of the 2018 festival circuit, the band upheld its spectacular live performance reputation, whilst reaffirming its ideology of ‘Metal Is Religion’.

Michi Hahn, general manager, Bravado, Germany, said: “I have been watching the development of Powerwolf for several years now and am personally extremely happy about this global signing – their international scope is exciting.”

Andy Siry, manager of Powerwolf, added: “The fire, as well as the hairiness of Michi Hahn and the passion of his competent team for Powerwolf convinced us to enter into a partnership with Bravado. We are looking forward to a successful and beautiful cooperation.”

Powerwolf merch by Bravado is available now across Powerwolf and Bravado’s online-stores, retail partners such as EMP and all forthcoming live shows.

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