Over the past several years, the surge of heavy bands breaking out of Australia and dominating the worldwide circuit has been impressive, and Alpha Wolf are on course for the same fate.
Despite the obvious constraints of limitations that the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has placed on the world at large, with bands and musicians being far from an exception, Alpha Wolf have pressed on to release their second record, ‘A Quiet Place To Die’.
Their first offering on SharpTone Records and their first full-length with newly enlisted vocalist Lochie Keogh and drummer Mitch Fogarty, with ‘A Quiet Place To Die’ the band prove that the end reward for resilience is worth the hardships. Indeed, by their own admission, they nearly called it quits just two years prior.
Now at their strongest point of their careers yet, we spoke with founding member, guitarist, and lyricist Sabian Lynch to discuss the band’s growth over the years, their new album, being a part of SharpTone Records, tackling difficult subject matters in their songs, dealing with lockdown, and more.
You can check out the full interview below.
The band’s sophomore studio album, ‘A Quiet Place To Die’, is out now via SharpTone Records/Greyscale Records.