The Wolfmen Biography
Guitarist Marco Pirroni and bassist + vocalist Chris Constantinou formed the Alternative-Rock outfit The Wolfmen in 2005 in London, ENGLAND. Early in their careers they both enjoyed extraordinary success with Adam And The Ants which had a U.K. #1 album in 1981 and Pirroni later worked with the controversial singer Sinéad O'Connor.
The U.K. indie Punk label Damaged Goods released their debut 4-track EP, a limited edition 10-inch vinyl in August 2006, which was followed by two 7-inch singles.
The Wolfmen, expanded to a five-piece with the addition of second guitarist + keyboardist Phil Harvey, percussionist Preston Heyman and drummer Daniel Strittmatter and finally released their debut album, "Modernity Killed Every Night", in September 2008; it included the single "Better Days".
The band's sophomore album, "Married To The Eiffel Tower", followed in July 2011.