With the band in the middle of an extensive European tour, Mammoth WVH – the brainchild of Wolfgang Van Halen – is releasing another song from the upcoming album. “Take A Bow” is the third song released from the 10-track album Mammoth II slated for release on August 4th via BMG.
“Take A Bow” is the longest track on the record and in the Mammoth WVH catalogue, clocking in at 6:54. The song is anchored by Wolfgang’s memorable lyrics, driving rhythm section, and unforgettable guitar solo that was played on the original Frankenstein guitar and through his father’s original amps. The song is available via all digital service providers and anyone that pre-orders the album digitally will receive the track as an instant download.
A lyric video for the new song can be seen here:

The track listing for Mammoth II is:


Like A Pastime

Another Celebration At The End Of The World

Miles Above Me

Take A Bow


I’m Alright

Erase Me


Better Than You

Mammoth WVH is currently in the middle of a European tour in advance of the release of Mammoth II. The live band – comprised of Wolfgang Van Halen (vocals/guitars/keyboards), Frank Sidoris (guitars), Jon Jourdan (guitars), Ronnie Ficarro (Bass) and Garrett Whitlock (drums) – have been performing shows in support of Metallica on their M72 World tour and other dates with Alter Bridge along with select headline dates and various festival appearances. UK and Irish fans who may have missed their hook-laden set at Download Festival can catch them from July 1st with Def Leppard and Motley Crüe at stadium dates in London, Dublin, and Glasgow.

UK & Ireland Dates 2023 Supporting Def Leppard/Motley Crüe

Jul 1 – London, UK – Wembley Stadium

Jul 4 – Dublin, IE – Marlay Park

Jul 6 – Glasgow, UK – Glasgow Green

Mammoth WVH will return to the US and Canada for more touring in August alongside Alter Bridge and Sevendust as well as other dates with Metallica and Pantera.

More dates will be announced in the near future – tickets for all Mammoth WVH appearances can be found here:

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