Actor Josh Brolin Announced Bad Wolves On Stage This Weekend
It’d be totally fair to imagine that Bad Wolves frontman Tommy Vext is a world-ending supervillain, given his size and demeanor onstage. However, this weekend, Bad Wolves got to hang with an actual comic book badass: actor Josh Brolin, portrayer of Marvel’s Thanos and Cable, who chilled with the dudes on the last night of their current tour with Papa Roach.
Vext posted the following image to his Instagram, with the caption, “Finally got to introduce two very influential and inspiring guy in my life to each other. The depth of gratitude I have for the example that these guys have been for me is inexplicable. What a great fuckin evening filled with music, family and inspiration.
Thank you everyone who came out tonight & every night to support this incredible tour.”
Bad Wolves also posted a video of Brolin introducing the band, with the caption, “Tonight we had very special hometown RIP with Mr. @joshbrolin who was kind enough to announce the band at the Hollywood Palladium. More video to come.”
Bad Wolves’ new album, N.A.T.I.O.N., drops October 25 via Eleven Seven Music. Check out the cover below:
In one of the more insane interviews Kerrang! has ever done, Tommy spoke about the time he had to testify against his twin brother who tried to kill him. When we asked how he was dealing with the situation, the vocalist said, “It’s something that I’ve had time to process and make healthy decisions around. Doing one-on-one and group therapy and kind of dealing with PTSD from that situation I think I kinda reopened some childhood traumas too, which I worked through.
“I actually have started working in recovery and working as a solo coach and helping other people to get sober and deal with their issues since then,” added Vext. “So ultimately, I think there was kind of a silver lining in going through that.”
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