WOLFMOTHER Frontman Interviewed For KERRANG! Podcast
Guitarist/vocalist Andrew Stockdale of the Australian retro-rock combo WOLFMOTHER was interviewed for the latest installment of the Kerrang! podcast. You can now watch the chat below.
WOLFMOTHER's second album, "Cosmic Egg", sold 28,000 copies in the United States in its first week of release to debut at position No. 16 on The Billboard 200 chart. Released on October 27, the group's first CD since the departure of drummer Myles Heskett and bassist/keyboardist Chris Ross was recorded in Los Angeles with heralded U.K. producer Alan Moulder.
WOLFMOTHER's 2006 debut sold more than 500,000 copies in the U.S. and featured the Grammy-winning single "Woman".
WOLFMOTHER's cross-country trek kicked off at the House of Blues in Dallas, Texas on October 29 and wrapped up 20 cities later at the legendary Wiltern Theater in Los Angeles. Support for all shows came from THENEWNO2 and HEARTLESS BASTARDS.
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