Mammoth WVH founder and former Van Halen bassist, Wolfgang Van Halen, was recently interviewed by Jonny Scaramanga of Guitar World this week and shared the untold details about recording the debut album of the band as well as his haters on social media.
As you may already follow Wolf’s career, his solo band Mammoth WVH is about to release its first-ever self-titled album on June 11, 2021. The band released six singles from the album and now it’s available as limited-edition orange vinyl for the price of £24.44, CD digipak edition for £10.99, and digital album for £7.99.
In his latest interview with Guitar World, Wolf was asked why he chooses to play all instruments in the album and stated that the lyrics of the album have nothing to do with his beloved late dad Eddie Van Halen. As one of the most active social media users of the whole rock music scene, he also explained how he deals with the haters.
Here is what Wolf said about haters:
“It’s an up and down thing. Sometimes it’s too much, and sometimes you’re ready to take it on the chin and tell them to fuck oﬀ. You kind of go through ups and downs because it’s always a constant thing.
Sometimes you just need to take a little break and ignore it for a while, but every now and then and some asshole lobs you a really big softball that you could just fuckin’ knock out of the park, and it’s really fun.”
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