ALPHA WOLF Release New Single ‘Golden Fate; Water Break’. Album ‘Mono’ Out Friday.

“Sharper than razor wire but still filled with enough blunt force brutality to inflict closed head injury, Mono is infectiously catchy and immensely lethal from start to its very finish” 9.5/10 New Transcendence

“Mono is a brave expression of intense and real emotion at its heavy finest. Impressively done.” 10/10 Depth The Magazine

“Mono hits like a sledgehammer.” Hysteria

Melbourne heavy outfit Alpha Wolf promised to come out swinging this year, between massive responses to singles ‘Golden Fate; Gut Ache’ and ‘Ward Of The State’, as well as announcing tours with Thy Art Is Murder in July, and Make Them Suffer in September, their attack has been relentless. Today they share the last single off their debut album Mono before the album comes out this Friday, with pre-orders available HERE.

Watch the video for ‘Golden Fate; Water Break’ here
Alpha Wolf - Golden Fate; Water Break (Official Music Video)
“Golden Fate; Water Break is the fraternal twin of coming to terms with loss.” Explains vocalist Aidan Ellaz “Unlike it’s sister, Gut Ache, Water Break is the cold river in which you fall into unexpectedly only to feel one thing. Shock. You cannot accept what has happened, and everything shifts from black and white so suddenly. Because of this it can cause your perception of the events to be distorted and almost unreal. There is only the vast emptiness. Specifically with this track, losing someone you love. The numbness and discarded desire to move on. For some, that feeling is irreparable and they aren’t strong enough to live another day. As you break into the water. There isn’t time to register it. Because there is no registering it at all.”

The band will be heading around the country in July/August supporting Thy Art Is Murder alongside heavy hitters Cursed Earth, and Greyscale Records family Deadlights, as well as holding an All Ages album launch at Wrangler Studios in Melbourne on Sunday the 20th of July with Deadlights, Pridelands, Thornhill, & 2319. Then they’ll be assaulting stages again in September as they support Make Them Suffer and Wage War on another national tour.



w/ Thy Art Is Murder, Cursed Earth, and Deadlights
Thursday 27th July – Perth – Badlands Bar
Friday 28th July – Adelaide – Enigma Bar
Saturday 29th July – Melbourne – Max Watts
Wednesday 2nd August – Canberra – The Basement
Thursday 3rd August – Wollongong – Uni Bar
Friday 4th August – Sydney – Oxford Arts Factory
Saturday 5th August – Newcastle – The Cambridge Hotel
Thursday 10th August – Brisbane – Crowbar
Friday 11th August – Noosa – Villa Noosa
Saturday 12th August – Gold Coast – Miami Tavern

w/ Make Them Suffer and Wage War (US)
Friday 15th September – Adelaide – Enigma Bar
Saturday 16th September – Melbourne – Max Watt’s
Wednesday 20th September – Canberra – The Basement
Thursday 21st September – Newcastle – Cambridge Hotel
Friday 22nd September – Brisbane – The Brightside
Saturday 23rd September – Sydney – Oxford Art Factory

Mono is an audio representation of utter desperation and the illogical mindset of an individual when one goes through traumatic experience. Whether it’s death, loss of love or coming to terms with mortality.” Explains Vocalist Aidan Ellaz Mono means many things to each member. Written in times where the world is easily perceived as black and white. Mono is the emptiness you feel when you are alone in a motel on the highway and your soul is bleeding out on the floor.”