​Sigmund "Ziggy" Lange
Born in West Berlin in 1984, Sigmund "Ziggy" Lang moved to the United States when he was only six months old. Ziggy was drawn to the drums at a young age drawing inspiration from drummers John Bonham, Neil Peart and Keith Moon. These influences helped Ziggy excel as a teenage musician.  After spending a year at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music, Ziggy moved to Boston where he got involved in the local music scene, forming the band Taint  in 2001. The group released its first single "It can't be true" in 2003, and continued touring throughout the US until they parted ways in 2007.

 In 2008, Lang helped form the band Crunchy Monkey where he was a mainstay behind the drum kit until the spring of 2014, when he decided to step away from music and focus his attention on a local start up company. 

After a two year hiatus, Ziggy felt the need to feed his inner rock soul and decided to join Wolfpack in early 2016. Since joining the Wolfpack, Ziggy has been an instrumental force in helping re-construct and shape the entire Wolfpack experience. Ziggy is the "God of War" behind his kit, and bombards audiences nightly with heart pounding rhythms that mesmerize the soul. Come check out the Wolfpack at a venue near you and witness the "God of War" strike his drums.