Bad Wolves Have 21 Songs For Their New Album
Tommy Vext has revealed that Bad Wolves are working on their second full-length album and currently have 21 songs ready for it. Not a bad start if you ask us.
Speaking to Front Row Live Entertainment, the Bad Wolves frontman said that the band started work on the new record in 2018 and are continuing to work on the wealth of music already written.
“In the down time of last year, we would record a few songs here and there on the weeks that we had off [from touring],” Tommy said. “John (Boecklin, drummer) just finished in the studio in Vegas, and we’re 21 songs into the new record, of which I have sang only three. So I’ve got a lot of work to do.”
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