We’re re-releasing our first EP (“His Old Branches”) on vinyl some time in the next month or two, and we’ll be doing a couple of special shows to celebrate that. We’re also writing for a new album that we’ll hopefully be able to start recording very soon, and we’ve got a week-long slot on this year’s Warped Tour that we’re very excited about!
The Republic Of Wolves are releasing all five of their releases on cassette through Ronald Records. Preorders for each release will go up every Friday in August and all of the releases will ship on September 1st. The preorder for their His Old Branches EP can be found here.
When we were writing and recording for our latest album, No Matter How Narrow, we came up with a lot of songs that we really liked, but didn't necessarily fit in with the overall sound of the record. "Kaspir" is one of those songs. It's definitely one of the heaviest songs we've ever recorded and it's probably a good representation of what our next release will sound like. Check it out! We hope you enjoy it!
It's that time of year again where new album releases come to a halt. However, The Republic of Wolves have that rare mid-December release in store for us. Today, we are excited to stream their upcoming album, No Matter How Narrow, which releases tomorrow. Hit the replies to hear it. If you like what you hear, be sure to pick it up.
Hear a new The Republic of Wolves song titled “Pioneers” on PropertyOfZack. The band will be playing a series of upcoming New York performances to preview the new release, including a November 30th appearance with Robbers at Brooklyn's Rock Shop and their official record release show taking place December 13th at Fat Baby in New York. Also, the band will be hosting an exclusive CD listening party and acoustic set on December 17th at Idle Hands Bar also in New York, beginning at 8PM. Their upcoming album, No Matter How Narrow, releases on December 17th.
The Republic of Wolves made some noise around these parts with the 2010 release of Varuna, a weighted, introspective record that came served with some Devil and God-esque leanings and captured much of our attention during the winter of that year. Now the band is following up that LP with their sophomore full-length, No Matter How Narrow, on Dec. 17, and they've said the self-produced record is more concise, more accessible and more light-hearted than its predecessor. If the album's leadoff single, "Spare Key" – which you can listen to exclusively in the replies – is any indication, that description is spot on. There are still remnants of The Dear Hunter here, but "Spare Key" is purely...
"No Matter How Narrow" is the second full-length album from The Republic Of Wolves, written and recorded after a nearly two-year hiatus following their 2011 EP "The Cartographer." As with their earlier releases, the album was recorded, produced, and mixed by the band themselves, although the process was more chaotic; the band's home studio setup migrated between three different locations throughout the roughly four months of recording, as all four members worked around various time constraints to make it happen. Dan Gluszak (ex-Envy On The...
One of the best times of the year is finally upon us within The Republic of Wolves family known as Shrek Week. Head to the replies to join in the festivities and hear a clip of a new song called "Spare Key."
Collective Confusion Records has released a new compilation album for Hurricane Sandy Relief called "Call To Arms". It features new and unreleased material from John Nolan, Geoff Rickly, The Republic Of Wolves, Miracle Of '86, and more. You can donate $4 or more to get the album plus 3 bonus tracks here .
01) Miracle of ’86 – We Keep You Honest (2003 Demo)
02) The Bothers – Beverly (Live At Arlene’s)
03) The Motel Life – Alva (Acoustic)
04) The Ugly Club - All I Have To Do Is Dream (Cover)
05) Les Vinyl - Excavate
06) Geoff Rickly - New Sympathies
07) John Nolan - I Don't Believe You (Demo)
08) Brendan Rivera - See You Around
09) The Republic of Wolves - Turning...
Gregg Andrew DellaRocca (The Republic of Wolves / American Gospel) is now selling art prints, some framed, along with iPhone cases and other products, that feature the artwork of TROW's The Cartographer and American Gospel's Tall Tales Vol. 1.
The Republic of Wolves singer/guitarist Gregg DellaRocca has a new side project called American Gospel. His debut album, Tall Tales Vol. 1, will be available May 15th. Hit the replies for the press release regarding the release and the track listing.