DIRT: 'Fast Lane' Video Released

Germany's southern groove metal machine DIRT released its sophomore album, "Rock 'N Roll Accident", on November 23 via Massacre Records.

The track listing for the CD is as follows:

01. Seven Days
02. Dirty
03. Rock 'N' Roll Accident
04. Fast Lane
05. Face Down
06. Never Change
07. Crush
08. Breathe In
09. One Step Away
10. Nice To See You

The video for the song "Fast Lane" can be seen below.

Vocalist Sven Zaklikowski founded DIRT back in 2008. Thiemo Hille was the first to join the group as guitarist. He was followed by Marius Rebmann (bass), Florian Stollberg (guitars) and Marcel Unger (drums).

DIRT's debut album, "Suicide Blues", was released in July 2009 via the band's own label, Dirt Rock Records.

The band played gigs at various clubs and local festivals between 2010 and 2011, where they gained new fans.

DIRT's sound can be described as sludge/doom metal with strong blues and southern rock influences, even though they prefer to call their style "southern groove metal."

DIRT is:

Sven Zaklikowski: Vocals
Thiemo Hille: Guitar
Florian Stollberg: Guitar
Marius Rebmann: Bass
Marcel Unger: Drums

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