Wolves At The Gate recently unveiled a stream of their new song “War In The Time Of Peace”, which comes from their pending album Types & Shadows.
Cedarville, Ohio based post-hardcore band Wolves At The Gate are gearing up to release their highly anticipated sophomore album, VxV June 10th. With less than a month to go before it debuts, the band has premiered a new song called “Relief.” Wolves At The Gate’s unyielding faith helps fuel their explosive performances on VxV, which teems with soaring vocals and searing guitars that fans have come to expect. The album was produced and mixed by Will Putney (For Today, Chiodos, Like Moths to Flames) at the Machine Shop in Belleville, NJ and features 12 bold tracks that showcase incredible talent and strong devotion to God through an onslaught of heavy riffage and pit swirling blast-beats.
Captors is the full-length follow-up to Wolves At The Gate’s critically acclaimed 2011 EP. Many bands fall into the dreaded sophomore slump or cave into the pressure and fade into oblivion, but these guys have avoided that trap altogether. Captors is a heavy and melodic testament to the band’s maturity as musicians and songwriters. After listening to this disc it is evident they have fully come into their own, proving they are a force to be reckoned with.