Friday, April 19, 2024

Burnt Out Wreck Ain’t Done Nothing Wrong

Gearing up for the release of their third album, Burnt Out Wreck kicked off with the first single to be taken from it, in the full-on rocker ‘Stand And Fight‘, wasting no time they’re following it up with ‘Ain’t Done Nothing Wrong‘.

Fronted by former Heavy Pettin’ drummer Gary Moat, he said of the new album: “These are eleven of the best songs I’ve written. This really was the ‘difficult third album’, inspired by the worst one and a half years in my life, but the end result was worth the struggle and this is something I’m really proud of. I invite you all to ‘Stand And Fight’.

The single is also the new album’s title, with due for release on 18th November, through Burnt Out Wreckords, from here and here. Meanwhile, you can check out the video for ‘Stand And Fight‘ right here at RAMzine.

Burnt Out Wreck’s sound can be heard to fine effect on debut album Swallow and sophomore release This Is Hell, a slightly darker affair that carried both lyrical wit and weighty, guitar-led grit. 

The last five years have also seen well-received festival appearances (including a WinterStorm set that elicited an audience response of “one more song!” at set’s end), supporting the likes of Anvil, a clutch of headline shows and a return invite to BonFest, all of which have started to pay dividends for Gary Moat, Alex Carmichael (bass), Paul Gray (drums) and new guitarist Richard Upson (guitarist Andy McLaughlin will also be part of the band for live work).  

BURNT OUT WRECK SHOWS:
5th Nov, Highway To Hellfest, Blackpool
3rd Dec, Planet Rockstock, Wales
17th March, Bannermans, Edinburgh, 2023
18th March Dreadnought Rock, Bathgate, West Lothian, 2023
27th May, Feel the Steel, Corporation, Sheffield, 2023 
12th August, Chard Rock, Chard Somerset, 2023

Paul H Birch
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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