Mammoth WVH founder and frontman of the band, Wolfgang Van Halen, posted a new photo on his official Instagram page today to share his feelings after releasing the self-titled debut album of his band.
As you may remember, back in February, Wolfgang made an official announcement via the website of Mammoth WVH and stated that he will release the self-titled debut album of the band on June 11 via Explorer1 Music Group/EX1 Records.
Mammoth WVH released six different singles that include lyric videos until today, and the whole album is now available on whole streaming platforms as well as Audio CD for the price of $12.74 and Vinyl Edition for $32.98 via Amazon Music. The album features 14 tracks including the song Wolf wrote for his legendary late father, Eddie Van Halen.
Right after the official release of the album, Wolf took his verified Instagram account and expressed his feelings while admitting that he poured his entire self into that album. He also did not forget to state that his debut album was dedicated to the late Van Halen guitarist.
Here is what Wolf said in his latest Instagram post:
“I hope you enjoy listening to it as much as I enjoyed making it. I poured my entire self into it and learned who I was as my own artist through the whole recording process. This is who I am.
I’ve never been more proud or worked harder on anything in my life and I’m so happy to finally be sharing it with all of you. It’s been such a long time coming.
Thanks so much for all the support thus far. It means the world to me. I can’t wait to see y’all once we hit the road.
Until then… be safe and enjoy!
This one’s for you, Pop.“
You can check out the post he shared and the whole album right below.