SONIC WOLVES (feat. former members of UFOMAMMUT & PENTAGRAM) Release Music Video For Lemmy Tribute Song “CCKL”!
Italian heavy rockers SONIC WOLVES have released a very special tribute EP, entitled It’s All A Game To Me. Featuring two high-voltage tracks dedicated to Motörhead icon Lemmy and Metallica’s Cliff Burton, this limited Vinyl edition is out now on Argonauta Records and as part of the labels‘ Argonauta 100Ltd. -series.
“This 12” EP features two songs written in tribute of two of our favorite musicians ever to exist; Lemmy and Cliff Burton.” The band comments. “Motorhead and Metallica (the Cliff era) are two of our favorite bands of all time and we felt that composing these songs serve to keep their memory alive in our own way. Both tracks showcase the great appreciation we have for them and the many years of inspiration they brought to our music and lives.”
To celebrate its release in style, today SONIC WOLVES have shared a new video clip for the track on side A, CCKL. Watch the band’s tribute to the godfathers of rock ‘n’ roll, Motörhead, here:
It’s All A Game To Me, coming with 2 cover artworks, is available via Argonauta Records HERE!
SONIC WOLVES was formed by drummer Vita (formerly in Ufomammut and currently in Rogue State), bassist and singer Kayt Vigil (Rogue State, formerly Pentagram, …Of The Horizon, Syzslak, The Hounds of Hasselvander & many more) and guitarist Alessandro Camu (Kurt RussHell). With their brutally raw, dark and dirty sound – highly inspired by 70’s hard rock, proto metal, psychedelic rock and power blues – SONIC WOLVES take hard rock to a nastier and louder level, and one that is hard not to be moved by. Following several European tours, including festival appearances at Desertfest Antwerp, Headz Up and Tube Cult Fest to name just a few, two 7” singles and two full length albums to date, with entitled It’s All A Game To Me the trio is another enthralling, wild sample of the trio’s exceptional rock ‘n’ roll and songwriting skills. And a hopefully first harbinger of a new album to follow in the not so distant future!