Wilderwolves – Inhale, Increase The Dose

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Pre Order Released 29th March on Jezus Factory

Second album led by Rob Eelen of Angels Die Hard/Strumpets.  Alain Rylant (Maxon Blewitt, Eriksson/Delcroix) produced the album and played drums – Alex Van Herk (Angels Die Hard, Strumpets) played guitar – Thomas Noppe (Gore Slut, Angels Die Hard, Heaven Hotel) played guitar – Aarn Van Severen (the Black Denver) played bass – Bjorn Eriksson (Broken Circle Breakdown, Eriksson/Delcroix, Zita Swoon) played some pedalsteel here and there – Karl Eriksson (Broken Circle Breakdown) played banjo – Uwe Teichert did the mastering

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Pre Order Released 29th March on Jezus Factory

wilderwolves 

inhale, increase the dose

 

Talking heads on tv, a burning man, weakness in the knees, broken faces, helping hands, beating hearts, a diamant smile… 

 

Wilderwolves’ latest record, ‘Inhale, increase the dose’, tells about now. About us, here. About a Greek man setting himself on fire, and how we look the other way. It’s about millions of opinions slamming us in the face the moment we log in. Who are these talking heads on tv? They seem to know what we think, do they? Are their helping hands sincere? ‘Inhale, increase the dose’, is about love, of course. About losing track and getting back on it. About letting go and holding fast. It’s about everything. It’s about nothing. Take a seat, relax, inhale and increase the dose.

Rob Eelen (Angels Die Hard, Strumpets) wrote the songs, played guitar and sang – Alain Rylant (Maxon Blewitt, Eriksson/Delcroix) produced the album and played drums – Alex Van Herk (Angels Die Hard, Strumpets) played guitar – Thomas Noppe (Gore Slut, Angels Die Hard, Heaven Hotel) played guitar – Aarn Van Severen (the Black Denver) played bass – Bjorn Eriksson (Broken Circle Breakdown, Eriksson/Delcroix, Zita Swoon) played some pedalsteel here and there – Karl Eriksson (Broken Circle Breakdown) played banjo – Uwe Teichert did the mastering

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