Bad Wolves have premiered a new song called "Sober," which will appear on the band's upcoming sophomore album, N.A.T.I.O.N.
"Sober," which is available now for digital download, is a reflective ballad inspired by frontman Tommy Vext's own battle with addiction.
"The song is very personal to me about my recovery," Vext says. "The message is very powerful to not give up on ourselves or the people who are trying -- who are really, really trying to...better themselves."
N.A.T.I.O.N., which also features the previously released songs "Killing Me Slowly" and "I'll Be There," is due out October 25. It's the follow-up to Bad Wolves' 2018 debut Disobey, which features the singles "Hear Me Now" and "Remember When," as well as the band's viral hit cover of The Cranberries' "Zombie."
Bad Wolves will be on tour with Five Finger Death Punch and Three Days Grace this fall starting November 1 in Las Vegas. In January, they'll link back up with Death Punch for a European tour, which will also feature Megadeth.
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