Wolfgang Van Halen Reveals Bad Habit He Tried To Break On 'Young Guns' Tour

Wolfgang Van Halen is closing in on one year of live shows in support of his band Mammoth WVH's self-titled debut album.

While Mammoth WVH had to cut short its run on the 'Young Guns' tour with Dirty Honey this week, Wolfie told Q104.3 New York's Out of the Box in an interview given March 28 that he felt like the tour was helping him improve each night as a frontman.

Going from opening for Guns N' Roses to headlining with Mammoth was not something Wolf took lightly. All year he says he's been focusing on being more present for the people who are now paying to see his band perform his music.

"It's a much different thing when everybody's there and they're singing every word," Wolf said. "I've made a stronger attempt on this run to actually look at the audience. I tend to close my eyes when I'm singing; it's just more comfortable for me.

"Especially early on, I don't want to mess anything up. But now that [the parts are] kind of in the muscle memory ... I've been looking out during certain songs and seeing people sing every word. It's nuts. It's a weird feeling when it's your words that you've written; it's much different than any other band that I've been a part of."

Check out the full conversation via the player above!

Mammoth WVH head back out on the road in May. Get all the tour dates here.

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Check out the official music video for "Epiphany" here:

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