WOLFMOTHER Tapped For Special 'The Daily Habit' Week

Fuel TV, the 24/7 action sports lifestyle network, has announced that the Grammy Award-winning hard rock act WOLFMOTHER will be featured as the house band for the entire Oakley Week on "The Daily Habit" starting October 5, 2009. During the performances, the band played three songs off its new album, "Cosmic Egg", and two fan favorites from its debut self-titled album.

"It's really exciting to have WOLFMOTHER featured as the house band on 'The Daily Habit'," says Jeff Sosnow, senior vice president, A&R at Interscope Records. "Songs from the band's first album were used in a variety of action sports videos and the band definitely built a strong fan base within the surfing, skateboarding, and snowboarding audiences. We're excited for WOLFMOTHER to premiere some of the band's new material to the Fuel TV viewers on 'The Daily Habit' during the week."

Fuel TV is just as excited to have this powerhouse band perform on its daily show. "We're thrilled to have WOLFMOTHER as our house band for a full week of 'The Daily Habit' shows," says Daryl Berg, Fuel TV director, music supervision and licensing.

Look for the band to perform its new single "New Moon Rising" as well as "California Queen" and "Cosmic Egg" off the new album "Cosmic Egg". WOLFMOTHER will also play first-album favorites "Woman" and "White Unicorn" during the week.

A teaser of the performance of "New Moon Rising" can be viewed below.

WOLFMOTHER's cross-country trek will kick off at the House of Blues in Dallas, Texas on October 29 and wrap up 20 cities later at the legendary Wiltern Theater in Los Angeles. Support for all shows will come from THENEWNO2 and HEARTLESS BASTARDS.

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