TO SPEAK OF WOLVES’ Find Your Worth, Come Home In Stores Now


Highly praised album in stores and online from Solid State Records


Band currently wrapping up US headlining tour


After months of teasing and anticipation, Find Your Worth, Come Home, the second album from North Carolina rockers TO SPEAK OF WOLVES, is now available in stores and online from Solid State Records.

The band’s sophomore album shows them breaking out from the pack in a big way, having already received praise from the likes of heavy music tastemaker Revolver, who described the album as “sweeping, anthemic metalcore,” stating: “TO SPEAK OF WOLVES have indeed found their worth.”

Also heaping praise on Find Your Worth, Come Home are The New Review, which calls the album “superb” and “an album you must listen to,” and Indie Vision Music, which dubs the album “truly impressive.”

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The band is currently wrapping up a U.S. headlining tour in support of the album, presented by Evolve Over Hate clothing and Substream Music Press. The tour, which began in early May, stretches through June 2 with support from HARP & LYRE. Joining the bands on select dates are LIONS! TIGERS! BEARS! (May 22-26), and SET THE SUN (May 28-Jun 2).
Further, the band has been added to the second leg of the Scream The Prayer tour – from July 2nd-14th – alonside EMERY, SLEEPING GIANT, MYCHILDREN MYBRIDE and more.
Find Your Worth, Come Home sees the band’s revitalized lineup reaching into darker, heavier and faster territory. The sophomore album is follow-up to TO SPEAK OF WOLVES’ heralded 2010 debut, Myself < Letting Go, which catapulted the band onto the national stage with its road-rash riffage and soaring, arena-worthy choruses. Relentless touring alongside likeminded bands such as UNDER0ATH, AUGUST BURNS RED and BETWEEN THE BURIED AND ME underscored the fact that the Greensboro, NC quintet were a force to be reckoned with. The band quickly became a beacon within the hard rock and metalcore scene, despite – or perhaps because of – their unwillingness to become yet another facsimile spewing forth endless breakdowns and Auto-Tuned choruses. TO SPEAK OF WOLVES refused to do either, and fans loved them all the more for it. While fans will continue love those same aspects of the band’s musical personality, Find Your Worth is an album of rediscovery, one that freshly stamps what TO SPEAK OF WOLVES is about, from its title on down.

EARLY PRAISE FOR Find Your Worth, Come Home
“TO SPEAK OF WOLVES blast out sweeping, anthemic metalcore.. TO SPEAK OF WOLVES have indeed found their worth” -REVOLVER

“Find Your Worth, Come Home is a superb album that is a wonderful audible journey… this is an album that you must listen to. Do not let it pass you by. (4/5).”
-THE NEW REVIEW

“TO SPEAK OF WOLVES] brings the heaviness right from the beginning… powerful and passionate (8/10)”
-PURE GRAIN AUDIO

[TO SPEAK OF WOLVES] have created something truly impressive and heartfelt… absolutely breathtaking (4/5) -INDIE VISION MUSIC

“Fabulous metal for a raging fun listen -HM

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