Watch Bad Wolves Full Emotion-Filled Cover of Linkin Park’s “Crawling”

Bad Wolves has been releasing cover songs on their Patreon, almost weekly, and the band previously shared a snippet of their cover of Linkin Park’s “Crawling” and initially released the full version only to their Patreon subscribers. However, the band has now made it available for all of their fans to see via their Facebook page.

On Chester Bennington’s death anniversary, the band released the full cover of Hybrid Theory song, along with an emotional message from frontman Tommy Vext.

“Three years ago today we lost one of the greatest voices in modern rock #ChesterBennington,” Vext said. “Depression, addiction and suicidal ideation destroys more lives then you can imagine. But there is a deeper story. For the adult survivor of child abuse, these wounds will never heal. They show up in our waking moments, they tell us we are not enough, that we weren’t worth being protected that we will never be loved. They drive us to self destructive behavior, drugs, alcoholism, workaholism or into the arms of abuser after abuser damning us to repeat the same failed attempts at normalcy until we finally learn how to heal our desecrated innocence. These are the experiences of the children who are lucky enough to get out alive. Rock Music has told the tales of these horrific abuses for a long time. All to often the artists is unaware of how many lives will be touched by the courage to speak his/her truth. Now we are seeing why. The statistics of trafficking are outrageously disproportionate to the conversation we are having in our media and with our politicians. We as a people need to stop focusing on the manufactured separatism through racism and political affiliations to realize that our children are gravely in danger. It’s uncomfortable to look at but it’s time.”

The band has also recently released a cover of Taylor Swift’s “Look What You Made Me Do,” Adele’s debut single “Hometown Glory,” Justin Timberlake’s hit song “Cry Me A River,” Rihanna’s “Bitch Better Have My Money,” Chris Brown’s “Look At Me Now,” The Weeknd’s “The Hills,” and a cover of Post Malone’s “Hollywood’s Bleeding” via their Patreon.

The band offers two separate packages on Patreon for their fans to choose from including a $5 per month package that includes short films, clips and video diaries, exclusive documentary footage from tour, workout videos, quarantine lifestyle clips and early access to BW Merch and more. They also have a $10 per month package which includes Livestreams (live performances and check-ins), Unreleased Bad Wolves songs, Q&A’s, short films, clips and video diaries, exclusive documentary footage from tour, workout videos, quarantine lifestyle clips and early access to BW Merch. See the full details of each package below:

$5 per month package:
Short films, clips and video diaries.
– Access to exclusive documentary footage from BW tours
Vlogs from the band – Tour Stories, Workout Videos, What the guys are doing in quarantine, instrument videos – riffs, sneaker videos etc
BW Merch
– Early access to a new Merch item every month

$10 per month package:
Livestreams.
– Live performance with BW
– Live check ins with members of BW
Unreleased Songs
– Hear and Watch unreleased Bad Wolves music and videos
Q&A.
– Q&A sessions: answering and asking questions with members of the band
Short films, clips and video diaries.
– Early access to exclusive documentary footage from BW tours
-Vlogs from the band – Tour Stories, Workout Videos, What the guys are doing in quarantine, instrument videos – riffs, sneaker videos, etc.Livestream recordings.
– Livestreams will be available to view as archives.
BW Merch
– Early access to a new Merch item every month

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