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Bad Wolves surprised fans with a cover of “Mama I’m Coming Home” today premiering a new official music video for the cover via Better Noise Music. The track will be arriving on digital streaming platforms later this month. This fall, the band will be lighting up stages across the UK and Europe, accompanied by Volbeat and Skindred. A full list of dates is below, visit for more information.

Watch “Mama, I’m Coming Home” here.

Sharing the band’s excitement for the Ozzy Osbourne cover, Boecklin said, “Doc presented the idea to cover Ozzy’s “Mama, I’m Coming Home.” We were all so excited, we immediately started recording it on the road this past summer. Kane Churko’s Vegas studio was on the route so we tracked vocals there. ‘Mama’ is a beautiful anthem about emotional repair, a message we all connect with. Our version has some new flavors but still stays true to the classic.”

Directed by Wombat, the official music video for “Mama I’m Coming Home” features footage of lead singer Daniel ‘DL’ Laskiewicz performing the track in church. DL’s performance expresses a deep yearning for home, much like the song.

Bad Wolves Upcoming Tour Dates

October 15 - Vastera, Sweden - Vasteras

October 17 - Hamburg, Germany - Barclaycard Arena

October 18 - Hamburg, Germany - Barclaycard Arena

October 20 - Copenhagen, Denmark - Royal Arena

October 23 - Tampere, Finland - Arena

October 26 - Liepzig, Germany - Quarterback Immobilien Arena

October 28 - Prague, Czech Republic - 02 Universum

October 30 - Lyon, France - Le Radiant

October 31 - Paris, France - Zenith

November 2 - Cologne, Germany - Lanxness

November 3 - Cologne, Germany - Lanxness

November 5 - Budapest, Hungary - Barba Negra

November 8 - Zurich, Switzerland - Hallenstadion

November 10 - Barcelona, Spain - Sant Jordi

November 11 - Bilbao, Spain - Cubec

November 12 - Madrid, Spain - Vistalegre

November 14 - Lisbon, Portugal - Sala Tejo

November 17 - Milan, Italy - Lorenzini District

November 18 - Roma, Italy - Atlantico

November 21 - Innsbruck, Austria - Olympiahalle

November 22 - Vienna, Austria - Stadthalle

November 23 - Vienna, Austria - Stadthalle

November 25 - Munich, Germany - Olympiahalle

November 26 - Munich, Germany - Olympiahalle

November 28 - Luxembourg, Luxembourg - Rockhal

November 29 - Frankfurt, Germany - Festhalle

November 30 - Frankfurt, Germany - Festhalle

December 2 - Stuttgart, Germany - Schleyerhalle

December 4 - Warsaw, Poland - Expo XX1 Hall 4

December 5 - Berlin, Germany - Mercedes Benz Arena

December 6 - Berlin, German - Mercedes Benz Arena

December 8 - Antwerp, Belarus - Sportspaleis

December 9 - Arnhem, Netherlands - Geldrome

December 11 – Manchester, UK – Academy III

December 12 – London, UK - Underworld

December 13 – Birmingham, UK – Asylum

December 14 – Glasgow, UK - Cathouse


Expectations never mattered to Bad Wolves. Instead, the Los Angeles band fused unpredictable metallic intensity and impressive instrumental proficiency to arena-ready hooks, transforming from underdogs into elite platinum-certified hard rock contenders without compromise or apology. Since 2017, the core group—John Boecklin [drums], Doc Coyle [lead guitar, backing vocals], Chris Cain [rhythm guitar], and Kyle Konkiel [bass, backing vocals]—have consistently subverted expectations and accomplished the seemingly impossible. In 2018, the band earned a platinum plaque, topped iTunes, and ruled Active Rock at #1 for three weeks straight. This momentum also propelled their debut album, Disobey, to a Top 25 debut on the Billboard Top 200. In between performing to sold out audiences on multiple continents with heavyweights such as Five Finger Death Punch and Megadeth, 2019’s N.A.T.I.O.N. yielded their fifth straight #1 at Active Rock, “Sober,” and brought their total stream tally past the half-billion mark—unprecedented for a modern rock band. Not to mention, LoudWire hailed it among the “50 Best Rock Albums of 2019” as Billboard and Consequence of Sound chronicled their rise. In the midst of 2021, Bad Wolves welcomed Daniel “DL” Laskiewicz—previously of The Acacia Strain—as lead vocalist, ushering in a new chapter with their third full-length offering, Dear Monsters, [Better Noise Music], led by the single “Lifeline.”


BETTER NOISE MUSIC is the premiere independent music label under BETTER NOISE ENTERTAINMENT, a content creation and marketing company that produces music, books, films, documentaries, TV shows, theatrical productions, and tours. Better Noise Music (formerly Eleven Seven Music), founded in 2006 by music industry veteran and independent pioneer Allen Kovac, focuses on artist development and has grown into a music industry independent powerhouse, with a roster including Five Finger Death Punch, Asking Alexandria, Bad Wolves, Dirty Heads, Nothing More, The HU, AWOLNATION, All Good Things, From Ashes To New, Cory Marks, and Fire From The Gods. Partnering with FUGA, AMPED and Membran, the company operates a global marketing and distribution platform with offices in New York, Los Angeles, London, Berlin, Paris, Toronto and Sydney.

In 2021, Better Noise Music dominated Billboard’s Year End charts in the rock space, landing at #1 on the Mainstream Rock Imprint, Hard Rock Songs Imprint, Hard Rock Songs Label charts and ranked as one of the top Mainstream Rock Label for the year.

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