In March 2011 they decided to change their original name and are now continuing under the name Death Wolf because "the music and philosophy behind the orchestra has outgrown its name". The name change was followed by a self-titled album released through now defunct label Regain Records
Musical style and lyrics
The early Devils Whorehouse material is stylistically close to the bands Misfits and Samhain whom they originally covered. The name they adopted in 2011, Death Wolf, symbolises "the strength, dedication and will shown in its creations". The first album under the new name deals with "Northern end themes and death hymns". Their music still pays homage to Misfits and Samhain founder Glenn Danzig, though in a more subtle way than on early recordings, with "high speed metal punk" tracks like "Sudden Bloodletter" as well as doom tracks like "Rothenburg".
- Valentin Mellstrom - vocals
- Morgan Håkansson - bass
- Hrafn - drums
- Makko - guitar
- Roger Svensson: Bass
- Zwedda: vocals
- 2000 - The Howling (Blooddawn Productions)
- 2004 - Revelation Unorthodox (Blooddawn Productions)
- 2009 - Blood & Ashes (Blooddawn Productions and Regain Records)
- 2011 - Death Wolf (Blooddawn Productions and Regain Records)
- 2013 - II: Black Armoured Death (Century Media Records)
- The Death of One World and the Birth of Another…, March 2011, accessed on 19 April 2013.
- Death Wolf, accessed on 19 April 2013.
- Manuel Liebler: Death Wolf. II: Black Armoured Death. In: Metal Hammer, March 2013, p. 94.
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