Bad Wolves Announce New Album for Nov 3. Drop New single, Legends Never Die + From Ashes To New Release New Video



Announce Details On Fourth Album  ‘Die About It’ Due November 3 via Better Noise Music
Reveal Music Video For “Legends Never Die”
BAD WOLVES refuse to follow. Instead, the platinum-certified, 5x #1 Hard Rock radio- charting Los Angeles band circumvent convention by stretching the boundaries of hard rock with earthquaking heaviness, enigmatic experimentation, and enthralling melodies. The group, John Boecklin (drums), Daniel “DL” Laskiewicz (lead vocals), Doc Coyle (lead guitar, backing vocals) and Kyle Konkiel (bass, backing vocals)— are starting a new chapter on their own terms with their fourth full-length album DIE ABOUT IT due November 3 via BETTER NOISE MUSIC
Following the release of DIE ABOUT IT’s opener and lead single, “Bad Friend,” on July 21, BAD WOLVES today (August 18) have unveiled a hypnotic new track “Legends Never Die” today across all digital platforms. 


Nodding to inspirations as diverse as The 1975 and Meshuggah. BAD WOLVES challenged themselves to experiment and redefine their sound on DIE ABOUT IT with trusted collaborator Josh Gilbert (As I Lay Dying) who co-produced the album alongside BOECKLIN and DL. With a story that emphasizes the sarcastic statement pointed towards those defending their own beliefs into absurdity, wrong or right, BAD WOLVES believe if you’re gonna cry about it, then you might as well DIE ABOUT IT
“We definitely challenged ourselves to experiment, but we maintained a heavier edge,” notes BOECKLIN. “We spent a lot of time making sure these songs weren’t all the same, which was important to us. We tried to push the possibilities of what you can do with heavy music. This is as fresh of a start as you can get on your fourth album.”
“Nobody is against any idea in the studio,” says DL. “That’s the most beautiful thing about this. There’s no limitations. We went to the far ends of the really soft and the extreme. We made it a point to separate ourselves from the past and make this our own.”
 “We wanted to write a song for our heroes, whether that’s our children, mothers, fathers or the likes of, sending their stories into eternity, forever igniting spirits and imaginations of those who follow,” DL shares. “With every retelling, their legacies resonate forever. This song reminds us that true greatness can never be extinguished. Legends NEVER die.” 
DIE ABOUT IT Track Listing:
Bad Friend
Die About It
Hungry For Life
Legends Never Die
Move On
Say It Again
It’s You (2 Months)
Turn It Down
Set You On Fire
Pre-order options including digital download, CD, cassette and three vinyl color variants are live now at 
(l-r): Kyle Konkiel, DL, Doc Coyle, John Boecklin
Credit: Wombat



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Unveil Music Video For Latest Single “Monster In Me”
l-r: Mat Madiro, Matt Brandyberry, Danny Case, Lance Dowdle
Credit: Jeremy Saffer
21st-century rock vanguards FROM ASHES TO NEW have been making a splash in the rock and nu-metal scene with their new concept album BLACKOUT, released July 28 via BETTER NOISE MUSIC. 
Set as a prequel to their 2016 debut album DAY ONEBLACKOUT mirrors the state the world was in amidst the global pandemic during which it was written of unrest and angst with a pre-apocalyptic mindset. Its 12 tracks encapsulate FROM ASHES TO NEW’s explosive blend of hard rock, hip-hop, electronic and alternative music. 
Producedbyvocalist Matt Brandyberry, alongside longtime collaborators and producers Grant McFarland and Carson Slovak¸ BLACKOUT featured FROM ASHES TO NEW’s fifth-ever Top 10-charting rock radio single, “Hate Me Too,” (#8) and their current radio single “Nightmare” is steadily rising on the Active Rock charts. Today, August 11FROM ASHES TO NEW reveal a new music video for the recently shared album track “Monster In Me, which New Noise Magazine described as” show(ing) a new side of the band that puts a fresh spin on the sound that broke them onto the scene–one that is emotive, angsty, and relatable to those who come from all walks of life.” 
Watch the “Monster In Me” music video directed by Jensen Noen (Falling In Reverse, Bring Me The Horizon)
Trailer For The Noise Feature Album – From Ashes To New Blackout 
Blackout is out now
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