Bad Wolves have announced they’ve parted ways with singer Tommy Vext.

In a statement shared via social media, the band writes, “It is true that Bad Wolves and vocalist Tommy Vext have parted ways. The four of us plan to continue making music and a new album is planned for later this year. Tommy has been a big part of Bad Wolves and we are grateful for his contributions.”

The statement continues, “There is not much else to report to the fans who have supported Bad Wolves from day one. We would not be here with out [sic] you. All the best, Chris, Doc, Kyle, and John.”

At the time of publishing, Vext has yet to comment on his exit from Bad Wolves.

Vext has made headlines as of late due to his political stances. In October, Vext shared his endorsement for the re-election of President Donald Trump in the 2020 election writing, “…It is clear that there is only one choice that means saving our country from the tyranny, censorship & subjugation of the far left.”

In June 2020, Vext shared in a now-deleted video why he believes racism is “manufactured” by highlighting a number of popular, but unsubstantiated, conspiracy theories, including how the Clinton Foundation and billionaire George Soros fund the Black Lives Matter group.


Posted by Bad Wolves on Saturday, January 9, 2021


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