Wolfgang Van Halen has revealed two new tracks from his forthcoming Mammoth WVH album, Don’t Again Down and Suppose It Over.
Don’t Again Down is accompanied by a music video that sees 4 Wolfgang Van Halens (plus two extra on manufacturing duties) performing the one – a fuzz-heavy riffer within the vein of beforehand unveiled monitor You’re to Blame – at 5150 Studios.
Wolfgang, in fact, dealt with all devices and vocal duties on Mammoth WVH’s forthcoming self-titled debut, and the video provides us an perception into his sudden guitar decisions for the file: a Gibson ES-335 and Fender Starcaster, working by an EVH 5150III head.
The monitor could be very a lot Wolfgang’s personal hard-rock imaginative and prescient, however keen-eared Van Halen followers will observe the neat flanged choose scrape Easter egg on the monitor’s finale.
Suppose It Over, in the meantime, adopts a extra anthemic pop-rock method, with expansive Foo Fighters-esque chords and an enormous refrain hook.
The brand new songs comply with Distance, Wolfgang’s tribute to his departed father, which acquired its debut live performance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! final month.
Mammoth WVH is out on June 11 through Ex1 Information/Explorer1 Music Group and available to preorder now.
The album’s full tracklisting is as follows:
- Mr. Ed
- Horribly Proper
- Don’t Again Down
- You’ll Be the One
- The Huge Image
- Suppose It Over
- You’re to Blame
- Really feel