Jul 162017
 

North Carolina based metalcore outfit To Speak Of Wolves have a new lyric video out for the first single of their upcoming record “Dead In The Shadow,” ‘Haunt Me’. The effort is slated for release next Friday, July 21st through Solid State Records. Pre-orders can be found on MerchNOW and Amazon. The video can be seen below.

In addition, To Speak of Wolves will also be heading out on tour this summer with He Is Legend and Islander. Dates are listed below. Continue reading »

Jun 222017
 

North Carolina based metalcore outfit To Speak Of Wolves have announced their Solid State comeback record, “Dead In The Shadow,” now available for pre-order on the Solid State webstore.

In anticipation, To Speak Of Wolves has teamed up with Revolver to premiere the first new single, ‘Haunt Me’, which can be streamed below.

Vocalist Gage Speas said, ‘Haunt Me’ is one of my favorite songs off the record. It was a pretty emotional experience tracking vocals. The lyrics are about letting go of people you love when it becomes apparent that you just can’t help them anymore. You’ve done everything you can and have to walk away. When we sat back and all listened to it in the studio, we knew right away this was going to be the first song we released.” Continue reading »

To Speak Of Wolves – “New Bones”

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Sep 232016
 

new bones epTo Speak Of Wolves from Greensboro, North Carolina, was formed in 2007 and currently they call their own style Rock/Hardcore.

After a break of four years To Speak Of Wolves are finally back with a new EP called ‘New Bones’. This EP is released on Cardigan Records. Formerly they were signed to Solid State records.

The first song of this six-song EP is called ‘Ok, I’ll Be a Part of This World’. Immediately we are thrown into the deep with smashing riffs and screaming like there is no tomorrow. It is clear that their sound has grown a bit darker in the past years.

Title track ‘New Bones’ is no exception to the aforementioned and has a chorus that sticks to your memory. This song has a menacing tone and an aggression that appeals to me as a die hard hardcore fan.

The EP rages forth with an energy that never has a dull moment. ‘What The Wind Reaps’ is with 4:11 minutes the longest song on the album. So no excessive long boring songs, but just ‘to the point’rock/hardcore. As a matter of fact, I don’t think that their description of rock/hardcore covers the style entirely. When you hear this album you just can’t help it to compare it to Norma Jean. It has a high Math-Core content. Continue reading »

Aug 292016
 

To_Speak_Of_Wolves_-_2016_c56To Speak Of Wolves recently announced a new EP, titled “New Bones”, which will be released on Sept. 16 via Cardigan Records. (Pre-orders are on sale now.) The album’s artwork and track listing can be found below.

“New Bones” will be the follow up “Find Your Worth, Come Home” which has been released on May 22nd 2012 via Solid State Records.

Time does strange things, softens edges, peels away life, mends wounds, leads us away from paths we chose and offers our eyes a place they have never been before. It dispenses the notions we held, waiting for the moments our thoughts would be proven true or join the myriad of misguided ideas and archaic thought processes. To Speak of Wolves has submitted themselves to time, and while searching vigorously, these 5 young men found that they could not live apart from what they had created. Continue reading »

Nov 092012
 

To Speak Of Wolves new video for A Simple Thought That Changed Everything can be seen below. The video is the sequel to their previous video for Je Suis Fini which you can see here.

To Speak Of Wolves recorded their new album Find Your Worth, Come Home with Matt McClellan at Glow In The Dark Studios in Atlanta, GA. Their new album is released on May 22nd via Solid State Records. To Speak Of Wolves have put up a video blog chronicling their adventures on the road. The video can be seen below.

Find Your Worth, Come Home, the band’s first album with dynamic new frontman Gage Speas, Find Your Worth, Come Home sees the revitalized lineup reaching into darker, heavier and faster territory. It’s an album of rediscovery, and an album that freshly stamps what To Speak Of Wolves is about, from the title on down. Continue reading »