Wolfmother won the "Breakthrough Artist; Album" and 'Best Rock Album' categories in the 2006 ARIA awards, for their self-titled album, Wolfmother.
Wolfmother won the "Best Group" category in the 2006 ARIA awards.
In 2005, Wolfmother won both the J Award and the listener's choice Album of the Year. A record six of the tracks made it into the Triple J Hottest 100, 2005.
The album Wolfmother was played on high rotation on Triple J whilst also earning the status of feature album of the week.
The album Wolfmother sold 265,000 copies in the U.S.
Because the album cover to Wolfmother displays nudity, the album is sold in Wal-Mart stores with an alternate cover, simply the Wolfmother logo against a black background.
The cover art for the album Wolfmother is taken from The Sea Witch by Frank Frazetta. Other Frazetta work appears as internal album art as well.
Their labels are Modular Recordings/Universal Records (AUS), Interscope (US) and Island Records (UK)
Their self-tiled EP reached #35 in the ARIA singles chart and receiving consistent radio play on Triple J. Its total sales exceeded 10,000 copies.
The songs Dimension and White Unicorn are featured in professional surfer Taj Burrow's movie Fair Bits.
The song Dimension was featured in the game Rugby 06.
Woman was used on the Madden 07 soundtrack, the PlayStation 2 and Xbox 360 video game Guitar Hero II amd Tony Hawk's Project 8
Joker & the Thief has been used on TV advertisements to promote the 2006 Australian Football League (AFL) finals, as well as the movie, Jackass: Number Two.
The song Woman is currently the opening theme song for John Force's new reality TV show called Driving Force
Wolfmother were originally scheduled to appear at the Download Festival in San Francisco on September 30, but on September 25, bassist Chris Ross's wife had a baby. The baby was one month early and Wolfmother cancelled/postponed their dates in the following month. Wolfmother resume touring on November 5 in the UK.
On November 14, 2006 Led Zeppelin were inducted into the UK Music Hall of Fame. The ceremony included Wolfmother covering the Led Zeppelin song Communication Breakdown.
Wolfmother's Chris Ross won the 2006 Jack Award for Best Bass Guitarist
Wolfmother have been nominated for 4 ARIA Awards, 3 MTV Australian Video Music Awards and 6 Jack Awards.
Wolfmother recently shot a music video for their single Joker & the Thief. The video also features members of the Jackass cast and has been used to promote Jackass: Number Two.
They have been inspired by psychedelia and hard rock/metal fusions, from bands such as The Jimi Hendrix Experience, AC/DC, The Who, Black Sabbath, Led Zeppelin and Deep Purple.
Wolfmother have won three ARIA awards including Best Breakthrough Album for Wolfmother (2006), Best Rock Album for Wolfmother (2006) and Best Group
Some international printings misspell the word "Thief" on the back cover of their album "Wolfmother."
Album #1: Wolfmother
Singles: Mind's Eye, White Unicorn, Dimension, Woman, Love Train & Joker and The Thief.
The band Wolfmother consists of Andrew Stockdale (Vocals/Guitar), Chris Ross (Bass/Keyboards) and Myles Heskett. (Drums)