If you’ve never witnessed the raw energy of Reignwolf in person – the jolt to the senses that is their high-octane and heavy blues-grunge sound – we’re begging you to remedy that. If you’ll be anywhere near New York this New Year’s Eve, now’s your chance. The three-man band that floored us in 2019 at Baby’s All Right and supporting The Who at Jones Beach amphitheatre will return to an intimate NY venue on 12/31: Brooklyn’s Music Hall of Williamsburg. The guys’ propensity to dive in with the crowd and play from the floor means that anything could happen here. And given MHOW’s loose, sometimes nonexistent curfew, there’s a good chance the performance will carry us from 2019 straight into 2020. You do not want to miss this experience, so secure your tickets here before they’re all gone. If you’ve already got tickets, grab some for your parents and grandparents too, because Reignwolf are just undeniable crowd-pleasers.

The tight-knit band – including Jordan Cook on guitar and vocals, S.J. Kardash on bass, and Joseph Braley on drums – are known for their scorching live energy, which they captured to an impressive degree on their first full-length album, Hear Me Out. It’s hard to believe it was just released in March, because it already feels like an important piece of rock history. Just nine days after its release, Reignwolf’s fans already seemed to know every word as they sang in unison with Cook during their last Brooklyn show. As Cook explained in our latest interview, every show “feels so different from the other one. And how cool is that? It’s like no night is ever the same, and the songs don’t ever sound the same either. And that way, we also don’t get bored. We love them more because of it. They take on a new energy.”

At MHOW, local punks Pom Pom Squad will kick off the night with an upbeat opening set. Get tickets here to be part of an unforgettable New Year’s Eve bash. We’ll see you with the wölf pack in the moments between 2019 and 2020.


Article: Olivia Isenhart

Cover Photo: Shayne Hanley


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