WOLFMOTHER: New Song Available For Free Download

A brand new track from Australian retro-rock combo WOLFMOTHER, entitled "Back Round", is available for free download at Wolfmother.com (e-mail registration required).

A liberating avalanche of skull-crushing drums and primal riffing, "Back Round" represents a joyous evolution for the Australian band following on from their 2006 self-titled debut.

In lieu of cash payment for the new track, WOLFMOTHER is encouraging fans to put their money in a righteous place and donate to the Red Cross Victorian Bushfire Appeal at Redcross.org.au.

"Back Round" was debuted to an international audience just last Friday when the band closed the "MTV Australia Music Awards" in Sydney in electrifying fashion.

On April 17, the performance will be aired across 62 MTV channels and 162 countries in Europe, Asia, America and Canada as part of MTV's World Stage programming.

Following the performance, WOLFMOTHER took off to Los Angeles to record the remainder of the sophomore set with acclaimed U.K. producer Alan Moulder, the results of which are set to surface later in the year.


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