WATCH THE EXCLUSIVE PREMIERE OF THE NEW MUSIC VIDEO FOR “WASTELAND” FROM WE’RE WOLVES ONLY ON OUTBURN.COM
We’re Wolves is a dark-humored, horror-loving, hard-hitting, energetic band with an unapologetic blend of metal subgenres and hard rock. In the video for “Wasteland,” three women wake in the midst of a seedy basement and must escape, while being hunted by a masked killer. The video depicts the gluttonous rage of a pig-faced slasher as he hunts the women to then feed to kidnapped patrons of his failed restaurant.
“‘Wasteland’ is a representation of gluttony. Relating to the Layout of the Hellscape in Dante’s Inferno, the deeper meaning behind ‘Wasteland’ involves my daily battle with addiction—the gluttony that lives inside me that constantly wants to hold dominion over me and send me spiraling towards needles, pills, powder, and alcohol,” reveals vocalist AJ Diaferio. “The song to me represents the gluttonous nature of a struggling addict, fighting to get clean.”
“Wasteland” is the band’s first single from Evil Things. The music video was created by director Jon Vulpine of Glass Dagger Film Co., vocalist AJ Diaferio, and former bassist Richard Sabol, with collaboration from Andrew Colton of Colton Visuals and makeup by Julianne Diaferio of Dead Girl Studios.
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“We are proud to announce our first full-length album Evil Things, due out on October 14th, 2021,” says Diaferio. “The album is a diverse collection of songs designed to connect to the sinner in all of us. Based on the works of Dante’s Divine Comedy and forged from the fires of the Inferno, the album takes the listener on a journey through the underworld of hell both sonically and lyrically. We set out to deliver a uniquely wild ride from start to finish.”
Evil Things also features Bryan Kuznitz of Fame On Fire and Spencer Charnas of Ice Nine Kills.