Black Wolf Mountain drop their new single, ‘Dance’
Formed over the summer of 2017 by singer, songwriter, guitar player, John Adams (formerly of national/touring band Saints of Rebellion). John Adams, a Florida native and current AZ resident, along with drummer Dylan Kidner (an AZ native) teamed up to form Black Wolf Mountain. BWM is rounded out by guitarist Jack DuChene (originally from Detroit and current AZ resident), and bass player Alex Cabaccang (an AZ resident, originally from CA).
HEAVY, MODERN, SOUTHERN FRIED ROCK… Black Wolf Mountain combine a wide variety of influences to make a completely fresh and unique sound … Influences include (but certainly not limited to), Black Sabbath, Black Label Society, Slash, Texas Hippie Coalition, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Hank Jr., Motley Crue, Shadows Fall, A Day To Remember, Slipknot, and Guns N Roses. Combined, the members of Black Wolf Mountain come up with a sound, completely unique and unto themselves.
Black Wolf Mountain released their First Full Length album in September of 2018, recorded by engineer Ty Simms at The Recovery Room in Conway, AR. Black Wolf Mountain’s First Music Video to be released from their debut album was ‘Drinking Gasoline’ and was released Thanksgiving Day of 2018. The band spent the next year opening for touring national acts and gaining fans around their local scene. Black Wolf Mountain has continued to make sure new music keeps coming out. On the 21st of March in 2020 the band released their newest Single and Music Video “Empty Frames”. With more on the way and a second album in the works, its best to keep an eye out to see what will happen next.
Black Wolf Mountain’s new single “Hangman” was Premiered Worldwide on the Globally Syndicated Hard, Heavy and Hair Show with Pariah Burke on October 11, 2020 on Episode 274 with the new AC/DC single and a tribute to Rock Legend Eddie Van Halen!
The video for the brand new single “Hangman” Impacted Radio on November 3, 2020 and garnered 25 radio station adds! They placed #3 on Billboard Most Added Singles, #2 on Foundations Most Added Singles and #8 on Foundations Greatest Gainers with a total of 161 reported spins. “Hangman” peaked at #36 on Billboard MRI Charts!