News•March 19, 2019 3:32 PM ET•1,732 views
SharpTone Records signs Alpha Wolf
Official press release: Fault in and of itself is a blameless word; it's the weight we decide to put into the direction it's thrown that defines who we are. Melbourne's Alpha Wolf have spent the past few years growing, learning, understanding, and accepting, and through that growth has come realisation, as guitarist Sabian Lynch explains. "Fault is our way of opening up, and doing our best to show that it's okay to mess up, it's okay to fail, it's okay make mistakes, as long as we can find ways grow from it. We always want to be honest with our songwriting and these songs showcase a realisation within ourselves, thus creating the best music we've ever been a part of." The five piece now look to raise the bar they have set for themselves again with their new single "Sub-Zero," the announcement of the forthcoming EP Fault, and their inking a deal with Sharptone Records will help show the band to the world. Alpha Wolf's Fault EP will be available on CD, Vinyl, and Digital on April 19th, with pre-orders available. Watch the video for "Sub-Zero" here: The band is proud to announce Sharptone Records is welcoming the Alpha Dogs into their esteemed roster which includes such artists as Emmure, Crystal Lake, and Australia's own Polaris. "We can't wait to work alongside the team at Sharptone, helping to take Alpha Wolf to the world stage." Guitarist Scott Simpson elates with a sense of humbling disbelief. "Being on the same roster as some of the bands that got us into heavy music in the beginning is extremely humbling and something we have worked towards since the inception of the band. We've shown Australia what we can do and it's time we showed the rest of the world."
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anonymous 3/19/2019 5:37:07 PM
Zach Chapman here, reminding you that I stole a couple hundred dollars from these morons. Sorry, I didn't ship ya'll the guitar. I'm still learning to play it. B-T-DUBS check out my band Regions.
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