Friday, 10 June 2016

Redwolves - Got You On My Mind


Redwolves press release...

"The Danish hardrock band Awesome Mr. Powerwolf are changing their name to Redwolves. The reasoning behind this is that the members of the band wanted to avoid any legal issues with the German heavy metal band Powerwolf.
"When we named our band back in 2008, we didn’t know of the band Powerwolf. After a break from late 2009 to early 2012, we started rehearsing again, with all new members, and by then we knew about Powerwolf, but we didn’t think it would ever be a problem, since we don’t play the same genre of music at all," says Rasmus Cundell, lead singer of Redwolves.

"Powerwolf now own the rights to that name and we thought it would be best to avoid any confusion or legal issues with the band, so we changed our name.” 

Redwolves, under the name Awesome Mr. Powerwolf, released an EP titled ”Wake Up” late 2013, that got a lot of great reviews from Denmark, Canada, England, France, Italy, Germany, Japan and USA. The band is currently being, or have been, played on more than 180 radio stations in 47 different countries, and are presented on more than 300 webpages and in magazines from all over the world. The "Wake Up" EP can be found on Spotify and iTunes, as well as almost every other music streaming service under, the artist name Redwolves."

Up and Running Again

Hi folks, I've rather let this project wither as I finished my last two modules at university, but that's finished now so I've got more time to mess around with rock and roll. This next bit is what we're about....

  • We want to get more rock and metal into the UK and worldwide charts
  • We have no budget whatsoever
  • We're relying on working with bands and their fans, PR people, radio stations and any other media
  • Please excuse the shambles, we're running on goodwill and black coffee
  • Did I mention we have no budget ?
If you can join us on Facebook or Twitter then please do.
If you are a band, manager, PR or Uber-fan and you can help the project by sharing and promoting, please do. We are all going to grow together on the Rock The Charts trip, as we gain fans your videos will get more viewers, we'll promote you to an increasing audience and this will repay down the line in more album and gig ticket sales.
If you manage a page on Facebook then please share our page. In the types of pages we are linking to we all share a passion for rock and metal, and as we grow we'll keep sharing you and you will grow with us, it's win-win.
Rock The Charts isn't gaining anything from this except having a good time and promoting the styles of music that I love.
That said, outright bribes of free albums, free booze and red headed girls in black leather will be gratefully accepted.