Mammoth WVH Announce Details for Debut Album

We now know the long-awaited self-titled debut album is scheduled for release on June 11.

Wolfgang Van Halen has been one busy guy working on his upcoming debut Mammoth WVH album, having written all of the songs, and performed all of the instrumentation and vocals. Many are familiar with Wolfgang from his performances with Tremonti, Clint Lowery, and Van Halen, but now he is stepping out on his own. We still have a while to go for the release, but now we have a date we can start the countdown. Luckily, you can hear a snippet of what’s to come as “Distance” (which was written as a tribute to his father and guitar icon Eddie Van Halen) and “You’re To Blame” are out now on streaming platforms. 

You can pre-order Mammoth WVH in various formats including exclusive color vinyl as well as limited autographed copies. Head over to the store here to secure your copy now. 

The current single “Distance” is currently #3 at Active Radio Rock. The video, which includes home video of Wolfgang with his father, has already had over 4 million views. If you haven’t seen it yet, check it out for yourself here:


Mammoth WVH will be performing on Jimmy Kimmel Live! tonight, as well as on NBC News’ TODAY on February 19. The band is made up of Wolfgang Van Halen (guitars/vocals), Ronnie Ficarro (bass/vocals), Jon Jourdan (guitars/vocals), Frank Sidoris (guitars), and Garret Whitlock (drums) and will be performing “Distance.”

Mammoth WVH track-listing:

1.   Mr. Ed
2.   Horribly Right
3.   Epiphany
4.   Don’t Back Down
5.   Resolve
6.   You’ll Be The One
7.   Mammoth
8.   Circles
9.   The Big Picture
10. Think It Over
11. You’re To Blame
12. Feel 
13. Stone
14. Distance (Bonus Track)
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