Members: Tristen England (Lead Vocals, Bass Guitar), Khalil England (Backup Vocals, Lead & Rhythm Guitar) & Savien “Savo” Davis (Drums)
How long have you been a resident of the Charlotte area? If not originally from here where did you come from?
All of our loves. With the drummer being the exception.
What are some of your favorite hidden gems around the Charlotte area?
The Dirty Hippe, The Evening Muse and The Milestone.
What got you into Music? and what keeps you wanting to do it?
It started off as a hobby for all of us, but our love and passion for music / the desire to share our creativity with others.
What are some of your other hobbies besides music?
Writing and attending concerts. Listening to other musicians.
What is your go to karaoke song?
Alice in Chains – Rooster
Who are some of your influences? Music or otherwise?
Randy Rhodes, Stevie Ray Von, Thomas Pridgen, and Paul Grey.
Which Spice Girl is your favorite?
What is one of your favorite songs you have written and why?
Panic, due to its high energy, the fact that it emphasizes each instrument well and ends with a flourish.
What was the first concert you attended?
Foo Fighters on their Wasting Light Tour.
Describe yourself in three words.
Heavy. Passionate. Exciting.
A mix of polished Alternative Rock, Alternative Metal & Hardcore Punk made Den of Wolves one of the most popular bands in the Charlotte area. Den of Wolves was formed after its three members, Tristen, Savo & Khalil, decided to continue writing music following the break-up of their previous band, New Religion. Tristen, Savo & Khalil collaborate together to write high energy, hard driving songs, touching on subjects such as depression, mental and physical abuse, and relationships, but also life, love and growing as an individual. The band is presently in the studio working on their first LP that is soon to be released.
The three band members first met in a small two bedroom apartment and formed a 5 piece band, dubbed “New Religion”. Their sound then had a Pop-Rock edge and band mates and biological brothers, Tristen & Khalil were looking for a heavier sound, and quickly began developing
The band’s future plans are to join a successful tour opening for a major headlining act. Like the name “Den of Wolves” the band mates are a brotherhood, and they never imagined that starting out in a small two bedroom apartment would turn out to be so successful. We would like to thank our fans that stuck with us through our periods of transformation over the past year, and we promise to give back to those that have been so loyal.