Originally formed in the San Francisco Bay Area in the mid ‘80s before relocating to Southern California, Cry Wolf has been described as “much a part of the LA rock scene as Poison, Mötley Crüe and LA Guns, but they only managed one album, 'Crunch', released in 1990. This was a harder, darker affair than the products of their peer group and categorically distanced them from hair and glam rock.”
Twenty years later, Cry Wolf has returned with their highly anticipated new CD ‘Twenty Ten‘. “This is modern melodic rock“, states Brian McGowan (Revelationz.net), “Edgier, grittier, more challenging than its eighties' predecessor. A generation later, 'Twenty Ten' is a natural progression from 'Crunch'. We've all grown up and so has the music.”
With the addition of veteran LA vocalist Susie Major in 2012, the chemistry within the new line-up has impressed so much that Cry Wolf is already working on a brand new studio album, the follow-up to their return effort 'Twenty Ten'.