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Desperate people do desperate things.

Desperate people do desperate things.

Tommy Vext quit Bad Wolves last January to pursue a solo career.
Unfortunately, he quickly realized that nobody cares about him as a solo artist and that he can’t make or sell music on his own.

He can't write his own music so he released an edited version of our first single with his vocals on it. The songwriting credits speak for themselves :

Desperate people do desperate things.

He can’t sell tickets as a solo artist and doesn’t have the right to use the name Bad Wolves as a solo artist, so he bills himself as B@D W8LV3S

Desperate people do desperate things.

He tried to dupe fans into buying a covers record he didn’t own, only to be shut down by GoFundMe for fraud since he couldn’t legally deliver what was promised to his donors. 

He even acknowledged “the cover album is still sitting until the legal agreements can be signed off on…” through a post on his GoFundMe page: 

Desperate people do desperate things.

But what's most desperate are the mountains of lies Tommy has told since leaving the band. It is clear he has no moral compass and is willing to say and do anything, regardless of whether it is true.



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Bad Wolves announce the arrival of our third studio album Dear Monsters on October 29 via Better Noise Music.

The album serves as the official introduction to new lead singer DL, whose addition to the line-up was announced by the band earlier this year. The album is preceded by lead single “Lifeline,” which is released today in celebration of the news of the album's upcoming release. The track is an epic rock song, showcasing DL as a dynamic vocal force, bringing to life the emotional urgency of the lyrics. The band also released the official music video for the song today, which takes viewers on a haunting journey, setting the tone for the new album and its theme of confronting one’s demons. 

“Lifeline” is now available to stream or download across platforms HERE. 

Watch the official music video HERE.

Pre-order or pre-save Dear Monsters HERE.


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Since Tommy Vext quit Bad Wolves in January, we have all largely stayed silent.  

We were prioritizing our search for a new singer, making music and focusing on the band’s future.  We have all put a tremendous amount of heart and soul into Bad Wolves, and we owed it to our fans to make a third album that is the band’s best yet. 

 We are happy to share that we’ve accomplished that, and we can’t wait for you to hear it. 

 The album is called DEAR MONSTERS and it will be out October 29. The first single, called “Lifeline,” is coming out this Wednesday, September 8, with a new music video. 

It will be the first taste of the next chapter with our new singer DL, who is an incredible talent and welcomed addition to the band.

We think our fans will appreciate the renewed energy and range he brings to Bad Wolves.

It’s unfortunate we must bear witness to Tommy Vext’s never-ending temper tantrums on social media, filled with fraudulent claims and sad attempts to defame members of our band and our team. The truth is that Tommy was abusive - both emotionally and physically - while in the band, and he continues to be abusive since quitting the group. He has childishly asserted many falsehoods. Refuting them all would be a waste of time and divert our energy from making music, which is our priority.  However, we will not stand for our artistic contributions to be diminished, so here are some points that we feel are important to clarify before we move ahead with the next chapter:

  • Ten of the 13 songs on our first album Disobey were musically written and recorded before Tommy ever joined the band.
  • “Killing Me Slowly” is an example of a song done in collaboration with outside writers.  Tommy changed a few lyrics and then publicly claimed to be the mastermind behind the song.  That is false, which is why others, including members from the band, are credited on the track.
  • When we were shooting the video for “Better Off This Way (feat. Dorothy)” [a song co-written by Doc Coyle, John Boecklin and Brandon Sammons], Tommy refused to let any other members be in the video.  Then, to make matters worse, he illegally leaked it after quitting the band.


Bad Wolves is and will remain a creative collective, where no one member, inside or outside the band, holds the key to the group’s success.

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We are excited to officially announce that Bad Wolves has a new singer - Daniel “DL” Lasckiewicz.

We are excited to officially announce that Bad Wolves has a new singer - Daniel “DL” Lasckiewicz.

We are excited to officially announce that Bad Wolves has a new singer - Daniel “DL” Lasckiewicz.  DL is a tremendous songwriter and singer, and we can confidently say that the album we are working on, titled Dear Monsters, is the best Bad Wolves album to date. 

DL is one of the most talented and hard-working people we have ever had the pleasure to know.  He is a team player, a creative force, and overall a great human being who fits perfectly with our BW family. It feels incredible to be surrounded with such positive energy and the music we’ve made is certainly reflective of this new-found optimism and collaborative spirit.  And this new album shows a more cohesive and unique reflection of the band. There is a lot to prove and expectations are high with a new singer coming in. And we nailed it. The songs speak for themselves, and if you’re a Bad Wolves fan we know you won’t be disappointed.

So much has happened since Tommy publicly quit Bad Wolves a few months ago - and we disagree with the validity of much of what he has said publicly about our parting of ways - but we would prefer to not look back on the past and instead focus on this new chapter. And most importantly, we’d like to let the music speak for itself.  Thanks for believing in Bad Wolves and please join us in welcoming DL to the family.  We can’t wait for you to hear what’s coming. 

John, Doc, Chris, Kyle & DL

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Learn To Walk Again Lyric Video

Our Brand New lyric video for LEARN TO WALK AGAIN is OUT NOW! Stream/Download Learn to Walk Again as well as our entire latest album by clicking here:



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See You Guys Soon!

Tour rehearsals in full effect this week with a break to jam at this year’s annual #DIMEBASH
Can’t wait to see you guys!

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Bad Wolves N.A.T.I.O.N - New Album October 25th!

PRE-ORDER & RECEIVE  Killing Me Slowly” and “I’ll Be There.”INSTANTLY

Download / Stream -  HERE 
CD + Merch Bundles - HERE


John Boecklin - “N.A.T.I.O.N. is definitely a big step in the right direction, we’re still evolving. It’s only our second record and I’m very excited about it.”

Tommy Vext -  “We’ve honed it in and really delivered a more focused version of Bad Wolves’ sound. Basically, it’s like pouring steroids on everything we love about the first record to create an album that’s a roller coaster of emotional experience.”