Bad Wolves have drawn a sizable amount of criticism over their relatively short career, be it rising to fame off a cover of The Cranberries‘ “Zombie” (which they donated the profits from), their continued output of covers via their official Patreon, or the opinions on social, political and conspiracy concerns shared by the band’s frontman Tommy Vext, one doesn’t have to look far to find derision being directed towards the band.

Taken under the wing of Five Finger Death Punch early on (Five Finger Death Punch guitarist Zoltan Bathory has managed Bad Wolves), the group have also drawn frequent comparisons to the aforementioned outfit—a situation seemingly exacerbated by frequently touring together. The criticism and hate Bad Wolves endure for many of the potential sticking points mentioned above was recently addressed by the band’s bassist Kyle Konkiel on the ‘BREWtally Speaking Podcast‘ (see below) , here’s what he had to say about that:

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