Wolfgang Van Halen hopes to record second Mammoth Wvh album this year: “I’m very ready to go back to the studio”
During an appearance on last Thursday’s (February 24) episode of SiriusXMit’s “Trunk Nation with Eddie Trunk”, Wolfgang Van Halen says he hopes to start working on the follow-up to MAMMOTH WVHthe self-titled debut album from sometime in the not-too-distant future.
“We have a busy year [of touring] ahead of us,” he said. “I think we’re trying to find time this year to get back in the studio and do another album. I don’t want to guarantee anything, but I would like it to be done as soon as possible.”
contrary to “WVH Mammoth”arrived last June, some five years after the former VAN HALEN the bassist began to gather ideas for his solo career, the next MAMMOTH WVH LP won’t take that long to knock out.
“I was trying to figure out who I was through this whole process,” Wolfgang Explain. “And now that I know what it is, I think I can reduce that five years to a much shorter period – a few months.”
According to Wolfganghe has already collected a lot of material for MAMMOTH WVHis the second effort. “I’m very ready to go back to the studio,” he said. “We have a few leftover tracks from the first album that I’d like to revisit – maybe add stuff or maybe redo entirely – and then a bunch of new ideas to tackle.”
MAMMOTH WVH and DIRTY HONEY threw their joint “Young Weapons” tour February 20 in Denver, Colorado. The 33-date co-headline North American trek will run until April 12, when it concludes in Atlanta, Georgia. The tour will stop in Los Angeles, California; Chicago, Ill.; New York; and Orlando, Florida, to name a few cities, and will see the bands rotate the closing slot every night.
MAMMOTH WVHcharacteristics of the touring range of Wolfgang on guitar and lead vocals, Jon Jourdan on guitar and vocals, Garret Whitlock (TREMONTI) to the battery, and Ronnie Ficarro on bass.
MAMMOTH WVHThe debut album by was released via Music Group Explorer1/EX1 recordings.
During his summer/fall 2021 American tour, MAMMOTH WVH played a mix of stadium shows with GUNS N’ ROSES and headlining club concerts.
#ICYMI to #TrunkNation – @EddieTrunk was joined by @WolfVanHalen of @MammothWVH and #MarcLaBelle of @DirtyHoneyBand to talk about their co-headliner #YoungGunsTour, what’s next and much more! Watch the full replay of the show tonight at 10:00 p.m. on the @SIRIUSXM app: https://t.co/FE1i2xOU1z pic.twitter.com/S8xcg4IHSc
— SiriusXM VOLUME (@siriusxmvolume) February 25, 2022
Thanks to @WolfVanHalen @MammothWVH and Marc LaBelle @DirtyHoneyBand to come #TrunkNation Vegas today! Replay is tonight 10-Mid ET or anytime @SIRIUSXM application. Don’t miss the two bands touring together now. Vegas tonight! pic.twitter.com/9AE0DgtpWv
— Eddie Trunk (@EddieTrunk) February 24, 2022
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