BAD WOLVES Working On Documentary About Band's Rapid Rise To Fame

BAD WOLVES Working On Documentary About Band's Rapid Rise To Fame

According to The Pulse Of Radio, BAD WOLVES has shared a teaser for the band's new video, for the track "No Masters". The song will be the third single issued from the group's debut album, "Disobey", following the current Top 10 rock track "Hear Me Now" and the chart-topping smash cover of THE CRANBERRIES' "Zombie".

Meanwhile, BAD WOLVES is also crowdfunding a documentary on the group's rapid rise to fame, so far raising just under $15,000 of its $65,000 goal. You can find that campaign over at Indiegogo, along with a video clip that elaborates on the documentary and the effort to raise funds for it.

Vocalist Tommy Vext told The Pulse Of Radio that the members of BAD WOLVES have been around long enough to appreciate their success. "I mean, sometimes it doesn't feel real, you know what I mean, like the label and the management is like, 'Okay, we got this tour,' and we're like, 'Wait, what?'" he said. "You know, we're a baby band, but I think, you know, because we're all veterans and we've kind of been in the industry a long time, it doesn't feel too weird. But it's weird that we're a new band and we're getting these opportunities."

BAD WOLVES released "Zombie" earlier this year as a tribute to Dolores O'Riordan, the late frontwoman for THE CRANBERRIES, who was set to record and reprise her iconic vocals on the track the day she tragically passed away. On June 19, the band presented her kids with a $250,000 check, donating their proceeds from the massively successful and incredibly resonant track.

BAD WOLVES is currently overseas with THREE DAYS GRACE on a European tour, but will follow that up by heading back out across North America later this fall with FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH, BREAKING BENJAMIN and more.

BAD WOLVES is drummer John Boecklin (ex-DEVILDRIVER) and vocalist Tommy Vext (DIVINE HERESY, SNOT), as well as guitarists Doc Coyle (ex-GOD FORBID), Chris Cain (BURY YOUR DEAD), and bassist Kyle Konkiel (ex-IN THIS MOMENT).

Photo credit: Alysse Gafkjen


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