Liverpool, a place best known for scousers, The Beatles and Superlambananas. However, those who are keen on an appetite for heavy music may well be aware of the city’s rising metalcore monsters, Carcer City, who nowadays are often spoke of on the same level as some of their genre contemporaries Bury Tomorrow, Heart Of A Coward and Bleed From Within, to name but a few.
One of the genre’s biggest contenders, Bring Me The Horizon, regularly reimagine their work with a remix facelift, delivering the goods to an audience who want to get some electonica, ambience, chill out and, in some cases, dubstep injections into their ears.
With this idea in mind, WoLF is the new side-project of Patrick (or Paddy) Pinion, who has spoke with us exclusively about the unveiling of this project. We spoke with the man himself about what we can expect from WoLF, influences behind the project, how it came to be, and also what’s in the pipeline for his main musical outlet, Carcer City: