Bad Wolves Release New Album 'Die About It” New Lyric Video For “Savior”





Release New Album ‘Die About It”

Album Tackles Themes Of Bullying, Trolls, Toxic Friendships And Dealing With Addiction And Loss

New Lyric Video For “Savior” Out Today


Platinum-certified, 5x #1 Hard Rock radio-charting Los Angeles group BAD WOLVES get personal on their new album DIE ABOUT IT, out today, November 3, via Better Noise Music

The Los Angeles-based group—John Boecklin [drums], Daniel “DL” Laskiewicz [lead vocals], Doc Coyle [lead guitar, backing vocals] and Kyle Konkiel [bass, backing vocals]— deliver 13 tracks of earthquaking heaviness and distinctive melodies on DIE ABOUT IT while experimenting and redefining their sound including nods to inspirations as diverse as The 1975 and Meshuggah. Co-produced with Josh Gilbert (As I Lay Dying) alongside Boecklin and DLBAD WOLVES tackle themes of dismissing bullies and trolls, dissolving toxic friendships, and dealing with loss and addiction with unconstraint.  

DIE ABOUT IT is available now on digital download, CD, cassette and multiple color vinyl variants HERE 

“From the artwork to the music our new album feels more personal,” says Boecklin. “This album is about us surviving through lawsuits, the member changes, the online hate, and the false narratives. We wanna bring back the energy of us making music because we want to, not all the other crap. The album title is a sarcastic statement towards those debating online in turmoil, defending or pushing their own beliefs to the point of absurdity. If you’re gonna cry about it, then you might as well ‘Die About It.’ Leave us out of it.”

BAD WOLVES have today shared a lyric video for their anthemic new single, “Savior,” a track written about someone being there for you in your time of need. 


The group’s first official radio single, “Legends Never Die,” is currently in the Top 20 on the Active Rock radio charts and rising. To date, it has garnered over 1 million streams and 344k video views.

This album is like having your cake and eating it too.  Bad Wolves have mastered an accessible blend of big rock choruses paired with exciting metal riffs… and I’m here for it.”
– Jonny Hawkins (Nothing More)

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