Listen to ‘DIE ABOUT IT’, the new album by BAD WOLVES

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A perfect mix of noise and energy.

Bad Wolvesa great reference in alternative metal, fills your end of the year with noise with their new album Die About It through Better Noise Music. The second album of Daniel “DL” Laskiewicz as a vocalist and with a compilation of 13 loud songs, with deep and transcendent lyrics while they experiment and redefine their sound, based on the diverse inspiration of bands like The 1975 and Meshuggah.

From the art to the music, our new album feels more personal,” says Boecklin . “This album is about how we survive through lawsuits, member changes, online hate, and false narratives. We want to get the energy back into making music because we want to, not all the other nonsense. The album’s title is a sarcastic statement towards those who debate online in the midst of turmoil, defending or taking their own beliefs to the point of absurdity. If you’re going to cry about it, then you might as well Die About It. Leave us out of this.”

This fourth material from the American band addresses themes of bullyingtoxic relationships, addictions, among many other important topics for a society that although it knows they exist, little is talked about them.

To accompany the launch of Die About Itthey give us the video of their first single “Savior”in which we can hear the energy that emerges from the sounds of the guitar accompanied by a loud voice, which together with the visual spectacle transports you to another dimension.

Die About It It is now available on all digital platforms, so turn up the volume and have a noisy weekend with Bad Wolves.


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