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BAD WOLVES And TOMMY VEXT Reach A Settlement In Their Lawsuits

Bad Wolves have settles their lawsuit with former singer Tommy Vext.

The mutual lawsuits between BAD WOLVES and their former vocalist, Tommy Vext, have apparently been settled.

The two parties issued a joint statement on the resolution yesterday which reads: “Bad Wolves and its co-founder John Boecklin, alongside their label Better Noise, manager 10th Street Entertainment, and publisher 5-19, have collectively resolved their disputes with Tommy Vext. A partnership can sometimes lead to divorce. Artists have creative differences and argue over songs, credits, and much more; however, if both sides believe in their own talents, they find a path to go their separate ways.

This is a settlement with no winners and no losers; it’s beneficial to everyone in order to move on and bury the hatchet. This is a new beginning and a bright future for all those concerned. We’re all excited to get back to what’s important, and that’s the music. Bad Wolves and Tommy wish each other the best going forward, and ask that their fans respect this decision.”

The settlement ends an almost year long battle between the two parties which erupted after Vext left the band in January of this year.

Tommy would go on to file suit against the band’s manager and Better Noise Music label head, Allen Kovac, as well as BAD WOLVES’ John Boecklin, alleging numerous incidents of wrongdoing perpetrated by the band and Kovac against him. These included an alleged campaign to have him ousted from the band for his frequent expression of conspiracy theories and political beliefs.

In response, BAD WOLVES‘ label, Better Noise Music, would go on to countersue Vext for copyright infringemen, alleging that he had been sharing material he recorded while under contract with the label without their expressed permission.

The settlement comes a day before the release of BAD WOLVES’ new studio album with their new singer Daniel “D.L.” Laskiewicz, “Dear Monsters“.