Melbourne-based metalcore powerhouse Alpha Wolf have been taking the world stages by storm.
Over the last few years, the metalcore juggernauts have proven they are a fierce force to be reckoned with. 2020 saw the release of their sophomore album a quiet place to die, which was the culmination of every lesson learnt, every hit taken, and every loss felt; and it lead the band to a #6 charting spot on the ARIA charts and nomination for Best Heavy Album at the ARIA awards.
Alpha Wolf is currently plotting their next move and music behind the scenes before they play the upcoming Unify Off The Record show in Hobart and head off to the USA for a run of shows with Motionless in White and Knocked Loose as well as an opening slot for Lamb of God and The Black Dahlia Murder in Kentucky this September!
The Everblack Podcast caught up with Sabian Lynch from Alpha Wolf about Unify Off The Record, Aussie Fesitvals, touring Europe, NEW ALBUM and much more!
Watch/listen to the interview here:
To become the head of the pack, it takes heart, guts, and determination. Over the last 24 months, Melbourne metalcore juggernauts Alpha Wolf have proven they have all three in abundance. 2020 saw the release of their second album ‘a quiet place to die’, which was the culmination of every lesson learnt, every hit taken, and every loss felt; it lead the band to a #6 charting spot on the ARIA charts and nomination for Best Heavy Album at the ARIA awards.
‘A quiet place to die’ is the end result of five individuals who have faced the fire and refuse to flinch, pouring their everything into making something they are truly proud of.
Since 2015, UNIFY Gathering has been a staple of the annual heavy music calendar, taking place during 7 of the past 8 years and bringing a diverse roster of local and international acts that celebrate heavy music to Gippsland Victoria.
In 2023, UNIFY will pivot to a series of small club shows across five states, with each date featuring a different lineup made up of acts from around the country, including one international in American deathcore band Fit For An Autopsy. The NSW, VIC and SA legs will be run like miniature festivals with 8-10 band lineups, and all five events will include pop up stores, artist signings and workshops before and after doors, with the aim to bring as much of UNIFY on the road as is possible.
June 1 – Odeon Theatre, Hobart TAS
w/ Alpha Wolf, In Hearts Wake, Ocean Grove
Redhook, Offset Vision
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