Bad Wolves Share Official Acoustic Version Of “Zombie” Cover

Bad Wolves (ex-Divine Heresy/God Forbid, etc.) have shared an official acoustic version of their hit cover of The Cranberries’ “Zombie,” which has been certified platinum in Canada and gold in the U.S. and Australia. The late Dolores O’Riordan was originally planning to guest on the track before her untimely death, and the proceeds from it have been going towards her children. Bad Wolves’ debut album “Disobey” is available now.


Bad Wolves Stream New Album “Disobey”

Bad Wolves are streaming their new album “Disobey“ in its entirety. That effort was officially released yesterday (May 11). In other news, the band’s hit cover of The Cranberries’ “Zombie” has now gone gold in the United States.

Bad Wolves Stream New Songs “No Masters,” “Run For Your Life,” & “I Swear”

Bad Wolves are streaming three new songs including: “No Masters,” “Run For Your Life,” and “I Swear.” These tracks are from the band’s new album “Disobey,“ which will be released on May 11.

Bad Wolves Premiere New Song “Hear Me Now” Feat. Diamante

Bad Wolves have shared a new video for their new song “Hear Me Now” feat. Diamante. Both acts will soon be hitting the road together on a summer tour with From Ashes To New. Bad Wolves will release their new album “Disobey“ on May 11, and Diamante will release her new album “Coming In Hot” on June 15.

Tommy Vext commented:

“It is undeniable what Diamante brought to the song as a final touch. In retrospect it always felt like ‘Hear Me Now‘ was a duet. In the process of recording together, I think we all fell in love with Diamante a little bit. And we think you will too.”

Diamante added:

“When Bad Wolves invited me to record ‘Hear Me Now‘ I was completely ecstatic and honored! I am in love with everything about the song, which makes me even more excited to go on our tour this summer with them and From Ashes To New! Bad Wolves and FATN are both incredible bands, and I cannot wait to hit the road with them in June.”

Bad Wolves, From Ashes To New, & Diamante Announce Summer Tour

Bad Wolves, From Ashes To New, and Diamante have announced a summer tour together. All three bands will be out in support of new albums, with From Ashes To New‘s “The Future” set to arrive on April 20, Bad Wolves’ “Disobey” set to arrive in May 11, and Diamante‘s “Coming In Hot” set to arrive on June 15.

Tour Dates:

06/04 Madison, WI – The Annex
06/06 Minneapolis, MN – Varsity Theater
06/07 Chicago, IL – Bottom Lounge
06/08 Flint, MI – The Machine Shop
06/09 Fort Wayne, IN – Piere’s Entertainment Center
06/11 Columbus, OH – The Basement
06/12 Syracuse, NY – The Westcott Theater
06/13 Portland, ME – Aura
06/18 Lancaster, PA – Chameleon Club
06/19 New York, NY – Gramercy Theatre
06/21 Baltimore, MD – Baltimore Soundstage
06/22 Norfolk, VA – Norva
06/23 Jacksonville, NC – The Tarheel
06/24 Johnson City, TN – Capone’s
06/26 Mobile, AL – Soul Kitchen
06/27 Huntsville, AL – Sidetracks Music Hall
06/28 Little Rock, AR – The Metroplex
06/29 Oklahoma City, OK – Diamond Ballroom
07/01 Amarillo, TX – XR Club
07/02 Lubbock, TX – Jake’s Sports Cafe
07/05 Englewood, CO – Gothic Theatre
07/06 Colorado Springs, CO – Sunshine Studios Live

Tommy Vext Says He Wrote A Bad Wolves Song About His Twin Brother Who Tried To Murder Him

Tommy Vext was recently interviewed by Kerrang!, and talked a bit about the lyrical content on Bad Wolves’ debut album “Disobey” (out May 11). One song in particular focuses on Vext’s twin brother, who shockingly tried to murder him.

Vext said the following when asked if the effort is personal:

“It is, there are some really personal things on there, but there’s also social and political commentary throughout. We talk about a lot of issues: from police brutality to the kind of subversive underlying veneer of racism that we’re seeing a resurgence of, from the opiate crisis and drug addiction to some more personal stuff.

There’s a song on the record about my twin brother who’s currently serving 17 years for attempted murder, who tried to kill me during a home invasion when he was high in 2010. We really opened ourselves up not just from a creative standpoint but also a subject matter standpoint, to talk about topics that are really important to us.”

Vext went on to say he had to testify against his brother and that “it was one of the more difficult moments of [his] life.” As far as recording a song about it, he added:

“…There were definitely tears in the studio. It kinda goes through a timeline and highlights two people who lived the exact same life and had the exact same hardships and advantages and disadvantages, and who we are ultimately as adults is defined by the choices that we made, and our lives reflect those choices.”

On another note, Vext also revealed that him and Tim Yeung both tried to get their Divine Heresy bandmate Dino Cazares to reunite around their 10th anniversary, but he said Cazares “was just not into it because he was doing his own thing.” He added that “there’s no hard feelings though.”

[via The PRP]