Wolfgang Van Halen and Mammoth WVH Announce New Album


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Wolfgang Van Halen – Story by Scarlett Hunter, photo by Travis Shinn

Wolfgang Van Halen and Mammoth WVH are scheduled to release their sophomore studio album this summer

Wolfgang Van Halen has announced his that his sophomore Mammoth WVH album, “Mammoth II,” will drop Aug. 4. The video for lead single “Another Celebration at the End of the World” is out in advance of the record’s release, and you can watch it below.

Mammoth WVH’s upcoming studio album will mark their follow-up to 2021’s self-titled debut, which featured the No. 1 chart-toppers “Distance” and “Don’t Back Down.”

“The Mammoth team and I are so excited to now be a part of the BMG family,” Wolfgang said in a statement. “The entire team have welcomed us with open arms and have been nothing short of wonderful. I couldn’t ask for better partners for the future of Mammoth.”

It’s gearing up to be a busy year for Wolfgang and Mammoth WHV. On top of the new record, the group is wrapping up a tour with Alter Bridge. Then, they’re slated to open for Metallica on select dates of their “M72 World Tour” in 2023 and 2024. Find Metallica tour dates here.

Wolfgang recently spoke with Audio Ink Radio about his debut album with Mammoth WVH. When it comes to writing lyrics, he said, “That was the toughest thing for me to figure out, Usually, it starts with a melody that I get comfortable with, and kind of the tone of the song is what carries me into writing the lyrics. So, the music always dictates everything first for me. But, I do like to put the lyrics in a perspective that anyone can take their own meaning from it. So, it’s not so personal that you can’t really relate.” He added that when it came to making music, his famous father, Eddie Van Halen “was super encouraging, and not in like a forcing-me-to-do-it way. He just saw that I had affinity for it and encouraged it.” Read the full interview here.

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