Doc Coyle from BAD WOLVES talks ‘Dear Monsters’, God Forbid Reunion and Touring


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After releasing their celebrated “Dear Monsters” album a year ago, multi-platinum rock band Bad Wolves has just unleashed a special digital deluxe version of the album via Better Noise Music.

The Everblack Podcast spoke to Doc Coyle from BAD WOLVES about the special digital deluxe version of their critically acclaimed album “Dear Monsters”, covering Ozzy’s Mama I’m Coming Home, their current massive tour with Volbeat and Skindred, recent reunion with God Forbid and if we will see them down under again in the near future!

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The original version of “Dear Monsters” dropped on October 29th, 2021, quickly becoming a fan-favourite. In a year’s time, Bad Wolves’ Dear Monsters has accumulated 47 million streams and a combined 5 million video views. This new digital deluxe edition also features all of the music included on the If Tomorrow Never Comes and Sacred Kiss EPs, giving fans the chance to enjoy tracks like “If Tomorrow Never Comes (ft. Spencer Charnas of Ice Nine Kills),” “The Body,” “Sacred Kiss (ft. Aaron Pauley from Of Mice & Men),” “Up In Smoke,” and “I Don’t Wanna Feel” all in one place. Bad Wolves also surprised fans on October 14 when they dropped a music video for their brand new cover-version of Ozzy Osbourne’s iconic track “Mama I’m Coming Home,” which amassed 75K views in its first weekend on YouTube.


Bad Wolves – ‘Dear Monsters’ special digital deluxe edition is out now via Better Noise Music.

Download and stream Dear Monsters Digital Deluxe Version