The founder of Mammoth WVH, Wolfgang Van Halen, recently posted a video on his Twitter account and excited his fans by saying that there are some pretty big announcements coming about Mammoth WVH’s debut album.

Wolf’s rock career started rather early as he started playing drums when he was only nine years old and performing as the bassist of Van Halen in 2007, at the age of sixteen. However, he was often seen performing with bands, namely Van Halen and Tremonti, rather than pursuing a solo career.

Everything changed in October 2020, when Eddie Van Halen passed away upon battling throat cancer for over five years. Wolf announced that a Van Halen reunion will never happen and released his debut song ‘Distance‘ which he had written for Eddie while he was still alive as a means of coping with his father’s deteriorating health.

‘Distance’ was released as a tribute to Eddie, approximately a month after his passing and it achieved mainstream success as it ranked No.1 on the Billboard charts. After that, Wolf started discussing the future of his solo band Mammoth WVH and had hinted that his debut album will be released ‘no later than this spring.’

With his recent Twitter post, Wolf signaled that he’s about to get more specific about the release date of Mammoth WVH’s debut album and told his fans to stay tuned. His tweet received numerous comments and fans expressed their excitement and told him that he’s ‘the king of suspense.’

Here’s what Wolf said in his tweet:

Album announcement approaching.”

Here’s what a fan commented:

“Ok, Wolf Van Halen! Better known as, King of Suspense! Youre killin me with all these teasers! The anticipation is real, man! Do you do this with gifts for family too on holidays & birthdays, or is this only done for album releases?😂”

You can check out the tweets below.