Bad Wolves Score Second #1 Single, “Hear Me Now” on Active Rock Radio

Bad Wolves are concluding their incomparable year with the stunning duet, “Hear Me Now” featuring label-mate Diamante reaching #1 on Active Rock Radio! This follows their global success of the lead single, “Zombie” a cover by The Cranberries, off of their debut album, Disobey.

“Zombie” generated immediate global buzz, skyrocketing the band to #1 on Billboard’s Emerging Artists and #1 on the iTunes Rock and Metal Charts. Since its release, the official music video for “Zombie” has garnered over 175M views. The track is currently slated as the #1 streamed rock song worldwide with over 213M streams combined on Spotify, Pandora, Apple Music, and is considered the most Shazamed Rock Song in 2018.

The 13-track rock debut album, Disobey peaked at #1 on iTunes overall and lead its way to #1 on the iTunes Rock and Metal Charts during its release in May. Additionally, the album continued to reach multiple chart inclusions on Billboard landing at #2 on the Hard Rock chart, #8 on the Top Current Album and, #9 on the Top Rock Artist Chart. Additionally the album went to #22 on the Billboard Top 200 and was featured at #54 on the Billboard Hot 100.

Bad Wolves have been performing non-stop in arena tours in the U.S. and Canada this year with Finger Finger Death Punch, Breaking Benjamin, Shinedown, Three Days Grace and, label-mates Nothing More and From Ashes To New. The band recently concluded an extensive European tour as direct support for Three Days Grace. Additionally, they will kick-off 2019 in Feb for the first time ever in Australia with Nickelback before hitting major spring festivals and a summer tour with label-mates,Papa Roach.

Feb 13, 2019 — Brisbane AUS– Brisbane Entertainment Centre
Feb 15, 2019 — Sydney AUS– Qudos Bank Arena
Feb 16, 2019 — Melbourne — AUS — Rod Laver Arena
May 18, 2019 – Camden, NJ — MMRBQ @ BB&T Pavilion
May 17, 2019 – Columbus, OH– Sonic Temple @ Mapfre Stadium
w/Papa Roach and Asking Alexandria
^Bad Wolves not appearing
July 27, 2019 – Dallas TX — Southside Ballroom^
July 28, 2019 – Houston TX– Smart Financial Center
July 30, 2019 – San Antonio, TX– Sunken Gardens Amphitheater
Aug 2, 2019 – Atlanta, GA– The Roxy
Aug 4, 2019 – Charlotte, NC– Charlotte Metro Credit Union Amphitheater
Aug 7, 2019 – Philadelphia, PA– Metropolitan Opera House^
Aug 9, 2019 –  Asbury Park, NJ– Stone Pony Summer Stage
Aug 16, 2019 – Detroit, MI– Freedom Hill Amphitheater
Aug 20, 2019 – Grand Rapids, MI– 20 Monroe Live
Aug 23, 2019 – Chicago, IL– Aragon Ballroom
Aug 28, 2019 – Salt Lake City, UT– Union Event Center^
Sept 1, 2019 – Las Vegas, NV– Downtown Event Center

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