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DC Wolves’ sophomore full-length, Predator, pushes Dan Cahill’s songwriting and delivery into new terrain. With an expanding vocal profile, along with guitar-driven hard rock grooves and biting riffs, the band’s identity is continually stretched and simultaneously grounded in pure-blooded rock and roll.
In 2023, DC Wolves combined forces with metal outfit Sharp Object to release the Warm Hands, Feral Tongues split record to further deepen their influences and widen their reach in the music scene. It is the first release for the band since signing on with Oak Honest Records.
Oak Honest Records
Video: Learn to Fly
Booking: Dan Cahill
Press: Naø Glover
Honest Talk Podcast by Oak Honest Records: Dan Patrick Cahill - DC Wolves
HM Magazine: DC Wolves and Sharp Object release split EP, ‘Warm Hands, Feral Tongues’
Oak Honest Records: Event review — A Night to Remember: OHR Meet & Greet Part Deux
Brattleboro Reformer: Oak Honest Records celebrates a big second year
Obsidian Thoughts: Album Review – 'Predator'
Hysteria Magazine: Album Review – 'Predator'
Hysteria Magazine:DC Wolves Unleashes Music Video For ‘Learn To Fly’
Metal World: Album Review — 'Predator'
The Greylock Glass: 2021 Holiday Local Music Shopping Guide
Volatile Weekly: Connecticut Rock Act DC Wolves Releases Music Video for "No Alarm"
CT Verses: DC Wolves on The Bark List (Sept. 23–29, 2021)
Grateful Web: Solo CT Rock Act DC Wolves Releases Music VIdeo for "No Alarm"
HM Magazine: HM PREMIERE - DC Wolves releases new music video for 'No Alarm'
You Make the Scene Podcast: DC Wolves
Idioteq: DC Wolves shares new EP of rock invention, substance and style; offers track by track breakdown
Volatile Weekly: Self-Built Rock Force, DC Wolves, Announces New EP, Coming April 30
Letters From the Pit podcast: Making Music and the Music that Makes Us
CT Verses: The Bark List: 5/17/2020 Music Roundup