Bad Wolves & Diamante Share Acoustic Version Of “Hear Me Now”

Bad Wolves and Diamante have shared an acoustic version of their song “Hear Me Now.” You can check that out below:

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Bad Wolves’ Tommy Vext Calls Out “Snowflake Key Board Warriors” Over “Officer Down” Misinterpretations

Bad Wolves have apparently received some backlash from people who misinterpreted the meaning behind their song “Officer Down“ and Tommy Vext has decided to offer some more insight into track in response. According to him, the “lyrics are written to serve as a productive conversation starter addressing the issues of documented police brutality and more specifically the media’s slanderous and false projection of all law enforcement.”

Here’s Vext’s full statement:

“Tonight we were privileged enough to be escorted by Johnson Cities Finest at our sold out show at Capone’s here in TN. Considering the times we are living in I must say how reassuring and grateful we are as artists to feel protected by these men in uniform.

Now unfortunately this brings up another issue.

I have been reading many confused comments regarding our song “Officer Down” this past week and this is where I stand – These lyrics are written to serve as a productive conversation starter addressing the issues of documented police brutality and more specifically the media’s slanderous and false projection of all law enforcement.

False narratives that we have witness lead to the assassinations of officers in dallas TX & Brooklyn NYC by cowardly, unstable scum .

We in BAD WOLVES are NOT an anti cop band. As a boy who grew up in NYC during 911 and first hand witnessed the courageous efforts of state and federal law enforcements as-well as EMS and Firefighters put their lives on the line to save victims of terror attacks my reverence for the men and women who serve these offices can be no higher. They are as important to this country as the military branches that defend our nation and its freedom.

As a personal friend of the Brooklyn Assistant District Attourney, members of NYPD, LAPD and a volunteer who has brought anti drug and alcohol policy events to schools along side the LAPD Narcotics Division I find it laughable the ignorant hateful dribble being spewed in some of these comments.

So to all the snowflake key board warriors out there, YOUR MISS-INTERPRETATIONS ARE NOT MY RESPONSIBILITY.
Buy some tissues and wipe your pussies.

I don’t come to your job and kick the dicks out of your mouths so stop trying to tell me how to do my job.

All the best ~Tommy”

Tonight we were privileged enough to be escorted by Johnson Cities Finest at our sold out show at Capone’s here in TN. Considering the times we are living in I must say how reassuring and grateful we are as artists to feel protected by these men in uniform. Now unfortunately this brings up another issue. I have been reading many confused comments regarding our song “Officer Down” this past week and this is where I stand – These lyrics are written to serve as a productive conversation starter addressing the issues of documented police brutality and more specifically the media’s slanderous and false projection of all law enforcement. False narratives that we have witness lead to the assassinations of officers in dallas TX & Brooklyn NYC by cowardly, unstable scum . We in BAD WOLVES are NOT an anti cop band. As a boy who grew up in NYC during 911 and first hand witnessed the courageous efforts of state and federal law enforcements as-well as EMS and Firefighters put their lives on the line to save victims of terror attacks my reverence for the men and women who serve these offices can be no higher. They are as important to this country as the military branches that defend our nation and its freedom. As a personal friend of the Brooklyn Assistant District Attourney, members of NYPD, LAPD and a volunteer who has brought anti drug and alcohol policy events to schools along side the LAPD Narcotics Division I find it laughable the ignorant hateful dribble being spewed in some of these comments. So to all the snowflake key board warriors out there, YOUR MISS-INTERPRETATIONS ARE NOT MY RESPONSIBILITY. Buy some tissues and wipe your pussies. I don’t come to your job and kick the dicks out of your mouths so stop trying to tell me how to do my job. All the best ~Tommy

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Bad Wolves Donate $250,000 To The Family Of Late The Cranberries Singer Dolores O’Riordan

Bad Wolves have made good on their promise to donate the proceeds from their cover of The Cranberries‘ “Zombie“ to the family of the late Dolores O’Riordan. Members of O’Riordan’s family were invited onstage during the band’s June 19 performance at The Gramercy Theatre in New York, NY and were presented with a check for $250,000. You can see footage of that below. O’Riordan was originally planning to record guest vocals for the cover on the day of her death.

Bad Wolves’ “Remember When” Video Is Now Available On YouTube

After previously only being available on Apple Music, Bad Wolves’ “Remember When” music video has now been uploaded to YouTube. You can check it out below. The track, which appears on the band’s debut album “Disobey,“ focuses on Tommy Vext’s twin brother who tried to murder him.

Bad Wolves Premiere “Remember When” Video

UPDATE: The clip is now available on YouTube.

Original Story:

Bad Wolves have premiered a new video for their song “Remember When,” exclusively through Apple Music. This track is from the band’s debut album “Disobey.“ Tommy Vext said the following about the song, which was written about his twin brother who tried to murder him:

“‘Remember When‘ 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.”

Watch Bad Wolves Perform Acoustic Cover Of Deftones’ “Change (In The House Of Flies)”

Bad Wolves‘ Tommy Vext and Doc Coyle recently played an intimate acoustic set at the Velvet Underground in Toronto, ON. Among the songs performed, was an acoustic cover of Deftones’ “Change (In The House Of Flies).” You can see footage of that below:

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.