Powerwolf Demons Are A Girls Best Friend Alissa video
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Powerwolf share new version of Demons Are A Girl’s Best Friend featuring Alissa White-Gluz

Watch the new video for Powerwolf’s Demons Are A Girl’s Best Friend, starring Alissa White-Gluz of Arch Enemy, and Falk Maria Schlegel.

Arch Enemys Alissa White-Gluz has joined forces with Powerwolf for a new version of their huge 2018 single Demons Are A Girl’s Best Friend.

I enjoyed putting a woman’s spin on Demons Are A Girl’s Best Friend, altering the lyrics to fit a strong message of female empowerment and delivering them with a mighty roar!” she enthuses. Thanks to Powerwolf for being open to having their song reconstructed like this!”

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Falk Maria Schlegel adds of the song’s accompanying video, and collaborating with Alissa: It was a pleasure to work and perform together with Alissa for the very first time on our joint video shoot for Demons Are A Girl’s Best Friend. Immediately, there was a great energetic atmosphere on set! Alissa is such a wonderful artist and interacting with her during this shoot as well as re-interpreting this video together was an amazing experience.”

Powerwolf’s new album Call Of The Wild is due out on July 16, with this rendition of Demons Are A Girl’s Best Friend featuring on bonus record Missa Cantorem.

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Posted on June 9th 2021, 3:00p.m.
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