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FireWolfe

by FireWolfe

Twin-guitar driven melodic metal with powerful vocals. Heavy songs with great hooks and lead guitar.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Heavy Metal
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1. Air Attack
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2. Unholy
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3. FireWolfe
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4. Armed Forces
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5. Back from Hell
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6. Wicked Words
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7. Ice Wizard
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8. Tempter
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9. M.O.D.
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10. Feel the Thunder
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
FireWolfe is:

David Fefolt: Vocals
David has played with Angels of Babylon with David Ellefson (Megadeth), Rhino (Manowar, HolyHell) and Ethan Brosh. Also Royal Flush with Roy Z (Bruce Dickinson, Tribe of Gypsies) and Jorg Fischer (Accept), Rex Tennyson (Heavy Bones), and Reynold “Butch” Carlson (Jag Panzer, Joey Tafolla.) MASI with Alex Masi and Hawk with Doug Marks and Matt Sorum. Forgotten Realm with Rhino and Matthew Mills and the classic metal band Valhalla.

Paul Kleff: Guitars
Paul released “Machined” featuring Jerry Keyzer on vocals in 2008. Multiple US tours doing guitar clinics for Guitar Center, Sam Ash and other major music stores.

Nick Layton: Guitars:
Solo release “Storming the Castle.” Toured in the US doing guitar clinics for Guitar Center, Sam Ash and other major music stores. Nick has also written and released several guitar soloing and phrasing courses for the Tom Hess Music Corporation.

Jay Schellen: Drums
Jay is the drummer for the band ASIA (featuring John Payne.) Jay also recorded with the band GPS featuring Guthrie Govan on Guitar. Jay was the drummer for Hurricane (with Kelly Hansen, Doug Aldrich, Tony Cavazo and Robert Sarzo.) He played drums on the albums Take What You Want, Over the Edge and Slave to the Thrill and played arenas on three world tours and posted two top ten MTV videos with Hurricane.

Zack Uidl: Bass
Zack Uidl is a guitarist, instructor, composer, session musician, author, producer, and mixing/mastering engineer from the Chicagoland area.

Album mixed by John Payne and Jay Schellen


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Daniel Cruzan

Awesome
A very good mix of the new and classic types of metal. Great guitar work, vocals, and drums. I hope they release a second album.

Bob Ross

Metal as it was meant to be!!
This CD is a true work of art. Stellar guitar work, kickass vocals and a rhythm section that will make your teeth rattle! Easily the best metal album I've heard in many, many years!

Johnny J. "Army" Jaco

FireWolfe Rocks!
My thoughts or brief review of the FireWolfe cd: If you love '80s style Power Metal with 2 guitars, sense of melody and rhythm of AOR music, in the vein of Rainbow, Dio, Riot, Dokken, and a vocalist who has the power of Ronnie James Dio and the smoothness of Joe Lynn Turner, then check out FireWolfe. I have the cd and it rocks.

Bobby Prayogo

Killer Riffs!
It's a classic metal album! Definitely a tough guy music! a must buy!

Dan Smith

Heavy Metal IS BACK!!
These guys are gonna be HUGE!!! Great Album!

Lauren Bateman

Firewolfe...amazing writing and harmonies.
I am not a huge metal and prog rock fan, but I do listen on occasion and I found Firewolfe's self titled CD amazing. I really enjoy the vocals on this album. David Fefolt has amazing power and the guitar solos on the CD are very inspiring. In my opinion, Unholy is the best song on the album. You can really hear this on the radio. Awesome job on this album guys. I have enjoyed listening to it.

Ken Rhodes

Great Music by Great Musicians
This CD simply rocks! If you've heard Nick Layton's or Paul Kleff's solo projects, then you will already know the high caliber of musicianship those two possess. Combining the two of them in a band with the equally impressive abilities of Zack Uidl, David Fefolt, and Jay Schellen; and you will be hard pressed to find a better mix.

The tracks are all strong with all of the elements that we metal heads have come to expect from the "old school" style. If you enjoy that kind of metal/hard rock, then you will love this CD. I highly recommend it to anyone who likes to rock hard and loud!

Eric Marcum

Well Worth the Wait!
What happens when the voice of David Fefolt, the guitar mastery of Nick Layton, and Paul Kleff, are combined with the bass of Zack Uidl, and beat into a froth by the drums of Jay Schellen? You get a debut CD that will knock your freaking socks off, and make your ears bleed, that's what! there are 10 #1 favorite tracks on this CD, not a throw away, or a single lame, space filler to be found. If you like your rock hard, and your metal heavy, this is your band. This is the kind of CD that will remind you of why you like to crank your car stereo up to the threshold of pain. Those of us that hang out at Indiemusicworks.com have been eagerly anticipating the release of this CD for some time. It was well worth the wait.

Mike Olson

EXCELLENT CD!!
Excellent cd!!!

This is clearly among the leaders in the running for Heavy Metal cd of the year IMO

Kwote

Join The Wolfe Pack!
As a fan of Nick Layton and Paul Kleff, I would be lying if I didn't admit I've been looking extremely forward to hearing this album since I caught wind of it. Now that I've listened to the whole album in its entirety, that anticipation has paid off!

One of the first things that caught my attention was how amazingly tight the band plays together as a whole. This is especially true when hearing how the bass interlocks with the drums. Jay Schellen's drumming and Zack Uidl's bass playing compliments each other so perfectly it's almost like one instrument at times.

Speaking of the bass, I'm really glad to hear that it was mixed in a way that truly allows it to cut through. Often times when I listen to music, the bass is completely buried. Not so with this mix, which is important because Zack's playing really helps give a backbone to each track.

The singing by David Fefolt is powerful to say the least. I really dug the vocal harmonies. His vibrato is extremely strong and can’t be missed. I’m always on the lookout for outstanding vibrato and the man delivers.

While Fefolt’s vibrato makes it’s mark, I’d be a fool not to recognize the amazing dynamics and vibrato that come wailing from Kleff and Layton’s guitar solos. Paul Kleff and Nick Layton are forces to be reckoned with. If true guitar fiends haven’t heard of them yet, you can bet beyond a shadow of a doubt, they will! Their rhythm playing was also stellar. It was always really fitting and gave an edge to the music that would be sorely missed had anything been done differently.

The whole album contains absolutely no filler so it’s tough to mention highlights. However, I do have one favorite moment that comes to mind. I really enjoyed the extended guitar solos towards the end of ‘Armed Forces’. I love devastating guitar solos so it’s only natural that I’d dig that part of the song so much.

Bottom line, if you enjoy soulful, hard hitting music, buy this album. Especially if you’re a Metalhead!