WOLFGANG VAN HALEN Completes Recording Drums For

Wolfgang Van Halen, the ex-bassist of the band VAN HALEN and son of the late guitarist Eddie Van Halen, has completed recording the drums for the second MAMMOTH WVH album. The hassle would be the follow-up to “Mammoth WVH”, which arrived in June 2021, some 5 years after the now-31-year-old musician started piecing collectively concepts for his solo profession.

This previous March, Wolfgang stated throughout an look on “Whiplash”, the KLOS radio present hosted by Full Metallic Jackie, that he hoped to start engaged on the follow-up to “Mammoth WVH” in some unspecified time in the future within the not-too-distant future. “Mainly, I definitely do not wanna take so long as it did,” he defined. “I feel all through that first course of, I used to be actually simply determining what it was and who I used to be as my very own artist, discovering my very own sound and discovering who I used to be as a lead singer, as a songwriter. However relating to the following album, now that I’ve discovered what that is and who I’m, inside the context of it, I am actually excited to determine methods to condense that course of to as an environment friendly of time as potential, so I can get an album accomplished in a 3rd of the time whereas it being twice pretty much as good. It is all the time a private problem.”

In February, Wolfgang instructed SiriusXM‘s “Trunk Nation With Eddie Trunk” that he had already gathered loads of materials for MAMMOTH WVH‘s sophomore effort. “I am very able to get again within the studio,” he stated. “We’ve got some leftover tracks from the primary album that I would wish to take one other have a look at — possibly add stuff or possibly redo totally — after which a bunch of recent concepts to get into.”

MAMMOTH WVH‘s debut album was launched through Explorer1 Music Group/EX1 Information.

That includes Wolfgang on vocals and all devices, “Mammoth WVH” was met with constructive opinions and topped Billboard‘s High Exhausting Rock Albums and High…

WOLFGANG VAN HALEN Completes Recording Drums For