Tommy Vext Says New Bad Wolves Album is a Big Salute to Their Fans

October 24, 2019

The Bad Wolves burst out onto the mainstream music scene guns blazing in 2018 with their cover of "Zombie" by The Cranberries as part of their debut album Disobey. The record topped out at No. 4 on the US Rock Albums chart and at No. 23 on the US Billboard 200, and that was just the tip of the iceberg for this hard rock/metal super group. 

Their sophomore album N.A.T.I.O.N. is scheduled to arrive on Friday, October 25th and for vocalist Tommy Vext, he is very satisfied with the final product. "The record's amazing. I actually like it, and I'm like a huge perfectionist," Vext says in an interview with Mistress Carrie. "I'm always listening and I'm like, 'Ugh, we should have did that'  or 'We should have did this', and then this time around I'm like, 'I think we did it boys.' Feels good all the way through."

Vext later spoke about how N.A.T.I.O.N. is the band's salute to their fanbase, thanking them for the tremendous amount of support they've received since their genesis. "The fans call themselves 'The Wolfpack' and they send us thousands of pictures, they get tattoos of the logo, or they get tattoos of wolves, some of them get our autographs tattooed, and this second record is really about them. It's an acknowledgement of 'thank you for supporting us' because they, in a sense, changed our entire lives."

Listen to Mistress Carrie's full interview with Tommy Vext in the podcast below!