Hertfordshire metal outfit Alone With Wolves are rapidly carving a prominent name for themselves as they launch out of the underground and aim for the jugular of the UK scene, loaded with their brand new EP, The End Of Nothing, out September 1.
Hailing from the depths of Hertfordshire and North London, Alone With Wolves were born in 2011 and dispatch a sound that tips its hat to everyone from Alterbridge and Architects to 30 Seconds to Mars and Deaf Havana. With aggressive and bouncy riffs that contrast the rich and gentle sections of their songs, Alone With Wolves produce music that is accessible yet original. Fronted by Danilo Fiocco, who shows off his beautiful Brazilian flair with infectious melodies that will cling to you for eons, and pitched against Lewis Watson’s raw and brutal screams, they have unearthed a stunning partnership.
The rising post-hardcorers have a strong work ethic and have gigged extensively throughout the South playing with the likes of Hildamay and Mallory Knox along the way. The quintet also recently won the M2TM battle of the bands contest, and as such, have bagged themselves a slot at this year’s Bloodstock Festival. The stage is now set for the band to take the masses by storm and they have the ideal companion in the form of their brand new EP, The End Of Nothing.
The End Of Nothing is rammed with cut throat riffery, thoughtful phrasing and explosive and engaging vocal lines. From the blistering opening of the stunning Cutting Ties and the pounding full-throttle hammerings of the EP’s namesake, The End Of Nothing, to the dynamic and majestic The Change and the explosive unbridled vigour of My Life In Your Hands, The End Of Nothing is proof that Alone With Wolves are sure to be a prominent force in the UK scene for many years to come.
Alone With Wolves’ new EP will be released on September 1.