Bad Wolves have dropped a new digital EP centered around their current single “If Tomorrow Never Comes“. That song comes from the band’s latest album “Dear Monsters“, which is their first with vocalist Daniel “DL” Laskiewicz of LGND/ex-The Acacia Strain fame.
In addition to the studio version of this track, an alternate version boasting a guest spot from Ice Nine Kills vocalist Spencer Charnas and an acoustic version are both included.
“‘If Tomorrow Never Comes‘ is a song about self-reflection and asking oneself who would show up to your funeral and what would they say about you. It was a lot of fun to incorporate Spencer Charnas’s vocals into the song. We’ve wanted to collaborate with him, and it came out better than we could’ve ever imagined. It’s got an energetic tempo and the message behind it is to remind the listener that none of us are guaranteed to wake up tomorrow so live each day with integrity, no regrets and to be present and treat today like it might be your last. We’re excited for fans to hear our new takes on this song in this new EP.”
“The history between Ice Nine Kills and Bad Wolves goes way back, so a track together was long overdue. It was a blast to add to an already incredible song with an important message about living for today. I was stoked to hear how the final collaboration came together. Honored to have a part in the history of this killer record as the boys continue their path to dominating modern rock!”
Bad Wolves are currently winding down a North American tour with Papa Roach and Hollywood Undead that finds them out with Olly Steele filling in on guitar for Chris Cain. The remaining dates for that run include:
03/17 Detroit, MI – The Fillmore Detroit
03/19 Toronto, ON – HISTORY
03/20 Laval, QC – Place Bell
03/22 Montclair, NJ – The Wellmont Theater
03/23 Washington, D.C. – The Theater at MGM National Harbor
03/24 Uncasville, CT – Mohegan Sun Arena
03/26 Greensboro, NC – Piedmont Hall
03/27 Atlanta, GA – Coca Cola Roxy
03/29 Oklahoma City, OK – The Criterion
03/30 Corpus Christi, TX – Concrete Street Amphitheater