Burnt Out Wreck’s Hell

Burnt Out Wreck will release their sophomore album, This Is Hell, on 11th October through Burnt Out Wreckords/Cherry Red Records

“The title says it all. It’s a hard hitting, fast paced and more focused album,” said front man Gary Moat.

Having traded in his drum stool with Heavy Pettin’ to stand in front of the microphone, moved onto Mother’s Ruin then took more earnestly to the role of songwriter before forming Burnt Out Wreck who released theirdebut album, Swallow, in 2017.

Now with lead guitarist/backing vocalist Adrian Dunn, rhythm guitarist/backing vocalist Miles Goodman, Alex Carmichael on bass and Paul Gray on drums they’re back for their second album, with Steve Rispin (Asia) returning to mix the record.

 “It’s an angry set of songs that follows on in the same vein as Swallow, but a bigger sound,” continued Moat. “It has drained me mentally and physically, made in eleven days start to finish, I cracked the whip on the entire band & they agreed it was worth it!”

Tracks featured are ‘Dead Or Alive’, ‘Positive’, ‘Paddywack’, ‘Headfuck’, ‘Guitars Electrified’, ‘This Is Hell’, ‘Rock Hard Sticky Sweet’, ‘Just A Dog’ and ‘Snow Falls Down’.

Ahead of This Is Hell’s release the band has lifted the opening track as a new single that’s out now. In fact you can watch a lyric video of ‘Dead Or Alive’ right here at RAMzine – And it’s a raunchy rocker to be sure!

You can purchase the single and pre-order the album by clicking here , online at Amazon and through Proper Music. The band are also planning to head out on tour, including dates supporting former UFO & Waysted bass player Pete Way’s new solo band.

Burnt Out Wreck Tour Dates 
27th Sept ember: Four Sticks Weekender, Amersham Arms, London.
24th October: The Underworld, Camden London*.
25th Oct ober: The Tivoli Venue, Buckley*.

26th October: Hangar 18 Music, Swansea*.
6th December: The Wharf Theatre, Travistock*.
17th January: Great British Rock and Blues Festival, Skegness.

28th January: The Robin 2, Wolverhampton*.
7th February: Hard Rock Café, Glasgow.
8th February: Bannermans, Edinburgh.

Dates Supporting The Pete Way Band*

 

 

About Paul H Birch

RAMzine Senior Writer - Writer of fiction, faction and fact, has edited several newsstand magazines. He declares himself a hack for hire but refuses to compromise on the subject of music.

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