Artist info


Metal, Punk, Rock

Sounds like

Architects, Bring Me The Horizon

band members

Pauly Righini (guitars and electronics), Corey Amata (drums), Dean Thomson (guitars), Mark Caniglia (vocals), Liam Armstrong (bass)


Life, Music


We Run With Wolves formed late 2011. Their debut self titled and self produced EP mixing post hardcore and elements of electronic genres. They received overwhelming positive feedback from Perth based radio stations Anarchy on Air and The PitFM. They have since been featured in online magazines Noise Violation, Perth Sound and Found and P.R.O.T.A.S as well as receiving a mention in Blunt Magazine.

Followed by ‘May Fourth’ with guest vocals from Will Jarratt (Storm the Sky) and Steve Faull (Sienna Skies). A far stronger, more evolved signature of their music that showcased their evolution. Recorded at That Heartwork Company and Callan Orr (Dream on Dreamer) at Avalanche Studios, mixed and mastered at Complex Studios by Roman Koester (Red Shore/ Boris The Blade).

After successful shows with Saviour, Far West Battlefront, Pledge This!, Storm The Sky, Sienna Skies, Deez Nuts, Buried In Verona, In Hearts Wake, Stories and internationals Counterparts, Volumes, The Plot In You, IWRESTLEDABEARONCE, Make Them Suffer the band took a break to work on new music. October 2015 saw the relaunch of the band with a new single 'Ferocious'. Showing a fresh approach and ideas to the bands music and what is to come in a new chapter and maturity of their music. In 2016 the band released 'May Fourth V2.0', an updated version of the single 'May Fourth' that was a feature track on Triple J Unearthed.

2017 sees the release of new EP 'The Hunt'. 7 songs showing the growth of the band's sound with textures and layers of cinematic ambience with soaring post hardcore riffs across a diverse musical landscape. The EP also features appearances from Steve Caniglia (Hooks4Hands/ Danger! Earthquake!) and Andy Szetho (Storm The Sky).


Review by Claire Mooney Claire Mooney

14 Oct 2019

Triple J

This seriously transformed into something I wasn't expecting and I'm here for it.

This seriously transformed into something I wasn't expecting and I'm here for it.