Melbourne metalcore band Alpha Wolf have resurfaced with a new song called 'Black Mamba', their first material released with new vocalist Lochie Keough (ex-Earthender) and drummer Mitch Fogarty (ex-Iconoclast).
In an interview with Hysteria, guitarist Sabian Lynch said the song is about betrayal and not knowing who to trust when times are tough.
“It’s so hard to trust anyone these days, you always find yourself with one eye over your shoulder, continuously on the look out for snakes amongst the grass. While I’m sure there will be assumptions made, the lyrics for this song started a long time ago, and are not directed at any one person in particular; the song is directed at humanity itself.”
The future of Alpha Wolf was called into question earlier this year after their previous vocalist Aidan Ellaz was removed from the band following allegations of sexual assault.
To celebrate the new single, the band will play a one-off show at Melbourne’s Workers Club in August with Gravemind, The Gloom In The Corner, and Lone.
You can check out the video below.