Mammoth WVH’s founder Wolfgang Van Halen recently posted a photo on his Instagram account and showed that he has been working relentlessly on his first solo album while revealed that he has also been shooting something.
Wolf released his first solo record ‘Distance‘ on November 16, 2020, as a tribute to his father Eddie Van Halen who passed away earlier this year after battling cancer for approximately five years. Wolf later revealed that he wrote the song when his father was still alive as a means of coping with the difficult time they were having as a family.
‘Distance,’ which was released under Wolf’s new stage and band name, Mammoth WVH, was a huge success and ranked No.1 in numerous categories on the Billboard charts. This success increased Wolf’s fans’ excitement who have been expecting his debut solo album at the edge of their seat.
During a recent interview, Wolf had talked about the recording process and had said that his band members, Garrett Whitlock, Frank Sidoris, and Ronnie Ficarro, are only going to play with him in live performances but that the recording is all him. With his recent Instagram post, Wolf demonstrated that this is indeed true.
In the photo Wolf recently shared, it seems like there’s no one else in the studio except him. There are three guitars which he seems to be recording one by one and a drum set which everyone knows is his go-to instrument. In the caption, Wolf said that he is filming something which surprised his fans who also spotted Mammoth WVH’s new logo on the drums.
Here’s what Wolf said in the caption of his photo:
“Filming something Mammoth-y today.”
You can check out the photo that Wolf posted on his Instagram account below.