Wolf Van Halen Clarifies If He’s Planning To Do A Pre-Release Party At 5150 Studios For Mammoth WVH’s New Album
Former Van Halen bassist Wolfgang Van Halen shared a post on his official Twitter page answering a fan’s question about a future plan if Wolfgang can throw a pre-release listening party exclusively for a fan at 5150 or 415, and apparently, it does not seem possible as the coronavirus pandemic is still around.
As many of you know, Wolfgang Van Halen has his own solo band, MammothWVH for a while now since Van Halen decided to disband after the passing of the legendary guitarist Eddie Van Halen due to throat cancer at the end of 2020.
After forming his own band, former Van Halen bassist released two tracks in a row, ‘Distance’ which was a tribute song to his father, and ‘You’re to Blame’ both of which gained huge success as fans were quite satisfied with Wolfgang’s musical work in his own and cannot wait for the whole album to come.
The self-titled debut studio album includes 14 tracks total with names such as ‘Mr. Ed,’ ‘Mammoth,’ and ‘Epiphany,’ and it is going to be released on June 11, 2021, as Wolfgang revealed. While fans were quite happy with the first two singles, they are craving for more already and have been asking questions about the album via Twitter.
Recently, a fan shared a post on Twitter asking MammothWVH founder if he has any plans such as having a pre-release party for a lucky fan in 5150 or 415 studios both of which are late guitarist Eddie Van Halen’s recording studios, or planning on making a giveaway prior to his album release.
Here is what that fan asked:
“I wouldn’t bet on it, especially not while covid is still a thing. 415 is just the little studio in my house, and 5150 is a bit too sacred and private to open up to the public like that. Way more than I’m comfortable with at least. Sorry bout that”
You can see the Twitter post and listen to ‘Distance’ and ‘You’re to Blame’ below.
I wouldn’t bet on it, especially not while covid is still a thing. 415 is just the little studio in my house, and 5150 is a bit too sacred and private to open up to the public like that. Way more than I’m comfortable with at least. Sorry bout that 😕
— Wolf Van Halen (@WolfVanHalen) March 23, 2021