Wolfmother performing live in 2007.
discography of Australian
hard rock band
Wolfmother consists of four
studio albums, four
extended plays (EPs), twelve
music videos and one
video album. The band have also contributed to two
soundtracks and one
tribute album. Wolfmother were formed in
Sydney in 2000 by vocalist and guitarist
Andrew Stockdale, bassist and keyboardist
Chris Ross, and drummer Myles Heskett.
 After signing with
Modular Recordings and releasing their
self-titled debut EP in 2004, the band's debut full-length studio album, also titled
Wolfmother, was released in Australia in October 2005 and reached number 3 on the
Australian Albums Chart.
 The album was released internationally the following year, reaching number 25 in the UK,
 number 22 in the US,
 and selling over 1.5 million copies worldwide by 2009.
The band released their first live video album
Please Experience Wolfmother Live in August 2007, which reached number 7 on the Australian Music Video Chart.
 In August 2008, Ross and Heskett left the band due to "irreconcilable personal and musical differences".
 Wolfmother returned in early 2010 with a new lineup featuring bassist and keyboardist
Ian Peres, rhythm guitarist Aidan Nemeth and drummer Dave Atkins.
 The follow-up to Wolfmother,
Cosmic Egg was released in October 2009, again reaching number 3 in Australia and also charting in the top 20 on the US
Billboard 200, the
Canadian Albums Chart and other charts.
 The lead single from the album, "
New Moon Rising", reached number 50 on the Australian Singles Chart and number 33 on the US
Mainstream Rock chart.
After more lineup changes, Stockdale stopped using the Wolfmother name in 2013 and released a collection of recent recordings under his own name as
 The band returned shortly after the album's release, however, and later released their third album
New Crown in March 2014,
 which reached number 160 on the Billboard 200.
 The band released their fourth studio album
Victorious in February 2016,
 which reached number 17 on the Australian Albums Chart,
 number 25 on the
UK Albums Chart,
 and number 71 on the US
 Lead single "
Victorious" peaked at number 26 on the Billboard Mainstream Rock chart.