Let the Wolves Speak

Today, HM is proud to premiere the new music video from Let the Wolves Speak for “Soul Purpose.” The five-piece metalcore band from Milwaukee, WI has been vocal about their mission to reach people who feel cast aside for their individuality and not make anyone in any way feel alone.

We spoke with the band about the meaning behind the song:

“The song soul purpose is about thought of one’s choice to make their own life’s meaning rather than what’s predestined for anyone”

Let the Wolves Speak guitarist Alex Centeno

The band started in Spring 2016 with a single called “No Remorse,” beginning to play shows around Milwaukee. In 2017, Let The Wolves Speak went to Kentucky and Missouri to record their four-song EP with engineer Jack Daniels.

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