Bad Wolves made their mark on 2018, largely thanks to the surprise hit of the year with their version of the Cranberries' hit "Zombie." They spent the bulk of the year supporting Five Finger Death Punch on tour and are ready to head back into the studio, getting to work early in 2019.

Singer Tommy Vext got fans excited when he shared a photo of himself onstage on Instagram, captioning it with the question, "You guys have ideas for our next album title?" He also revealed that Bad Wolves will begin tracking their sophomore record in two weeks.

After forming in 2017, Bad Wolves have experienced a quick rise and appear to be intent on keeping the momentum rolling. The group announced a crowdfunding campaign for their Breaking the Band documentary, which promises an "uncensored peek into the meteoric rise from an unknown band to multi-platinum status within six months."

In August, Bad Wolves' "Zombie" became the first platinum rock song of 2018 in the United States. "We are deeply humbled and overwhelmed by the continued success of our rendition of ‘Zombie,’" said Vext, adding, "For many artists, reaching platinum status in and of itself is a dream come true. But the greater story here is YOU. All the fans on every single continent — without your passion and enthusiasm none of this would be possible.”

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