Bad Wolves vocalist Tommy Vext has voiced his support for President Donald Trump's re-election in — in no uncertain terms. And while the rocker's decision might not surprise listeners familiar with the Bad Wolves frontman's more fringe political leanings, Vext said in a Sunday Oct. Of course, the musician also cited "big tech censorship, Antifa, mainstream media, Hollywood elitists and BLM's outright hypocritical barbarism and a complete lack of trust in sleepy joe" in his latest screed. It accompanied a very thirsty selfie of the rocker sporting a red MAGA cap. It followed a promise from Vext never to "cower under the shadow of cancel culture and digital bullying. To that effect, the musician argued ahead of time that his views would come under fire. More [than] likely the Rock media will have a field day telling its readers how a black man should vote.
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The guy who is also a motivational speaker and acts as a step coach to members of the L. Oh, and who currently has the biggest metal single in the world? Did a lot of blood, sweat and tears go into the making of Disobey? Well, nobody got bloody, but it really has been a labour of love.
Thomas Cummings born April 15, , better known under the stage name Tommy Vext , is an American heavy metal singer and songwriter known as the lead vocalist of Bad Wolves , Snot , Divine Heresy , and Westfield Massacre. He was also the fill-in vocalist for heavy metal band Five Finger Death Punch during their European Arena tour in when lead singer Ivan Moody left the tour to check into rehab. Vext began his music career in Brooklyn , New York as a teenager singing in local hardcore bands and engaging in freestyle rap battles with the neighborhood's preeminent hopefuls.