American Werewolves evolved from the Plan, formed in 1998 in the rock heartland of Cleveland, by singer Trevor Moment and several fellow art students.
The Plan became American Werewolves in 2004. Initially compared frequently to the Misfits, the Werewolves have advanced through several incarnations, from horror punk to doo-wop punk and its unique brand of music today.
The band has received excellent reviews and listener ratings worldwide for its three studio albums: "We Won't Stay Dead", "1968", "The Lonely Ones". Band members include vocalist/founder Moment, Brendan Moore on bass, Samoan Rob and Cory Klein on guitars, and Kris Monroe on drums.
Now its latest and most inventive release, "Wanderers Forever" is set for a spring release by Warbird Entertainment.