It’s always an event when Lewis Is Dead releases a new project, and this one is no different. Prince of Wolves comes at a time where Lewis has redesigned himself yet again, and each time, the newer version becomes even more unfuckwittable.

The story progression that we’ve been watching since Black Autumn 1993 and No Daughters Are Safe continues with a no-holds-barred (when are they ever barred with this guy?), modern & relatable approach, all the while keeping in tune with the darkness we’ve come to know and embrace Lewis for. I’m trying so hard not to geek, but I will be spinning a majority of these tracks at my future trap parties. Production credits include J. Ellis, Taylor King, and Lewis Is Dead.

Stream below, and purchase from iTunes here.