Bad Wolves is back with “Legends Never Die,” the second track off of their upcoming album, Die About It. This will be their fourth studio album, out November 3rd via Better Noise Music. The group released a vibrant visual to accompany the single, directed by William “Wombat” Felch and produced by Megan Felch.
“We definitely challenged ourselves to experiment, but we maintained a heavier edge. We spent a lot of time making sure these songs weren’t all the same, which was important to us. We tried to push the possibilities of what you can do with heavy music. This is as fresh of a start as you can get on your fourth album.”
“Legends Never Die” opens to a fiery setting, colored by red lights, clouds, and flames themselves. The thematic coloring takes on an abrupt shift once the song transitions from verse to chorus. It breaks from the dark ruby tones and filters in whites, yellows, and greens that contrast the intro scene. The cinematography also plays with blur, zooming, and other lighting effects, committing to the consistent movement and power claimed in the lyrics and attitude of “Legends Never Die.” While the audience is brought through scapes of the city and the desert, of wolves and lightbulbs, we are consistently brought back to lead singer Laskiewicz, standing by his lonesome and pouring his soul into his vocals. The juxtaposition of rapid change and his unwavering presence allows the visual to exist at its most dynamic, complimenting the song’s vividness.
“We wanted to write a song for our heroes, whether that’s our children, mothers, fathers or the likes of, sending their stories into eternity, forever igniting spirits and imaginations of those who follow. With every retelling, their legacies resonate forever. This song reminds us that true greatness can never be extinguished. Legends NEVER die.”
Bad Wolves has been on tour since the end of August, with Asking Alexandra and The Hu, co-headlining the Psycho Thunder tour. The shows will run until October 8th, and tickets and dates can be found here. While Bad Wolves have only been active since 2018, the band has made a stark impact on the rock scene with 5x Platinum status. You can pre-order the impending record, Die About It, now!
“Nobody is against any idea in the studio. That’s the most beautiful thing about this. There’s no limitations. We went to the far ends of the really soft and the extreme. We made it a point to separate ourselves from the past and make this our own.”