US metal band Bad Wolves' 2018 cover of The Cranberries’ hit single "Zombie" has been awarded Diamond Status in Europe by IMPALA (Independent Music Companies Association) with over 200,000 sales in Europe. Taken from Bad Wolves' debut album "Disobey", the break out rock album of 2018, "Zombie" has been #1 on iTunes UK Genre charts for eight months since February 2018 and is still #1 at the time of this...

After the incredible success of "Disobey" and their super hit single "Zombie", award-winning american band Bad Wolves will be in The Netherlands for a show at 013 in Tillburg on October 11th! Currently at #2 in the airplay chart in Sweden, with over 63 millions streams combined on Spotify in US and UK and 146 million views on YouTube, Bad Wolves are ready to smash the stages of the main...

Lead singer of Bad Wolves, Tommy Vext, was taken ill and hospitalised in Nottingham UK after playing Nottingham Rock City on the second night of their European tour with Three Days Grace.

Bad Wolves are touring hits from their debut #1 UK Rock and Metal chart album Disobeyalbum including the US platinum hit 'Zombie' which has been #1 on iTunes Metal UK album charts for 8 months and their current...

Bad Wolves have officially achieved platinum status for their intergenerational, global smash debut single, “Zombie.” The RIAA certification marks a major milestone for the band, making them the sole rock band to obtain a platinum certification for a 2018 release. The plaque was presented to Bad Wolves by their co-manager, Zoltan Bathory, Eleven Seven Label Group CEO Allen Kovac, and promoters Larry and Fred Frank of...

Due to overwhelming fan demand Bad Wolves – the US rock band who emerged as the #1 breakout act globally this year – have moved forward their touring plans and announced that their first ever UK & European shows will happen this October alongside Three Days Grace.

Bad Wolves vocalist Tommy Vext states: “Last year when I stood in for 5fdp on a few of their shows I was reminded...

Bad Wolves have officially achieved platinum status for their intergenerational, global smash debut single, ‘Zombie. The RIAA certification marks a major milestone for the band, making them the sole rock band to obtain a platinum certification for a 2018 release. The plaque was presented to Bad Wolves by their co-manager, Zoltan Bathory, Eleven Seven Label Group CEO Allen Kovac, and promoters Larry and Fred Frank of...

Due to overwhelming fan demand Bad Wolves – the US rock band who emerged as the #1 breakout act globally this year – have moved forward their touring plans and announced that their first ever UK & European shows will happen this October alongside Three Days Grace.

The tour includes dates all across Europe including Portsmouth, Nottingham, Birmingham, Bristol, London, Glasgow and Manchester in the UK. Tickets are on sale...

Last night at a sold out Gramercy Theatre in New York City, Bad Wolvespresented a $250,000 check to Dolores O’ Riordan’s family onstage prior to a performance of ‘Zombie’. O’Riordan’s two sons, Donny Jr. and Taylor Burton, alongside their father, Don Burton, were presented with the gift in an emotional moment. The cheque was also accepted on behalf of their younger sisters, Molly and Dakota Burton.

O’Riordan was set to...

Today, Bad Wolves have premiered their latest music video for “Remember When”, directed by Wayne Isham (Mötley Crüe, Avenged Sevenfold, Megadeth) , “Remember When” is the third single released from the band’s debut album 'Disobey', out now via Eleven Seven Music. The album had a consumption of over 21,000 units in the first week and debuted at #22 on the Billboard Top 200 chart, #8 on the Top Current Albums...

With the release of their debut album 'Disobey', out today on Eleven Seven Music, Bad Wolves are the breakthrough act of 2018 and achieved the #1 spot on the Billboard Emerging Artist Chart in March. The band rose to global acclaim this year with their cover of The Cranberries’ intergenerational hit “Zombie” topping global charts to become the #1 rock song of 2018.

Dolores O’Riordan, of The Cranberries fame, said...

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