Wolfgang Van Halen says that he is hoping to begin work on the follow-up to MAMMOTH WVH’s self-titled debut album sometime this year.
“We’ve got a busy year [of touring] ahead of us,” Wolfgang tells SiriusXM’s “Trunk Nation With Eddie Trunk”. “I think we’re trying to find some time this year to get back in the studio and do another album. I don’t wanna guarantee anything, but I’d like to get that done as soon as possible.”
Wolfgang also believes that the new record will be put together much faster than “Mammoth WVH”, which arrived last June, and took close to five years to come to fruition.
“I was trying to figure out what I was through that whole process,” Wolfgang explained. “And now that I know what this is, I think I can crunch those five years into a much smaller — a couple of months.”
According to Wolfgang, he has already begun putting together material for MAMMOTH WVH’s second studio album. “I’m very ready to get back in the studio,” he said. “We have some leftover tracks from the first album that I’d like to take another look at — maybe add stuff or maybe redo entirely — and then a bunch of new ideas to get into.”
MAMMOTH WVH are currently on the road with DIRTY HONEY for their joint “Young Guns” tour, which kicked off on February 20 in Denver, Colorado.
#ICYMI on #TrunkNation – @EddieTrunk was joined by @WolfVanHalen of @MammothWVH and #MarcLaBelle of @DirtyHoneyBand to talk about their co-headlining #YoungGunsTour, what’s next & much more! Catch the full show replay tonight at 10pET on the @SIRIUSXM app: https://t.co/FE1i2xOU1z pic.twitter.com/S8xcg4IHSc
— SiriusXM VOLUME (@siriusxmvolume) February 25, 2022