DIRTWRENCH: Debut Demo Available For Streaming

DIRTWRENCH: Debut Demo Available For Streaming

In the summer of 2013, DIRTWRENCH was created by five guys from different Danish bands — including MEMORIAL, INBREEDING REDNECKS and THE SKAVANGERS — with the wish to play old-school metal the way it sounded in the early '90s: no produced, fast kick-drum, death-metal B.S. here! Just metal, reeking of love for bands such as PANTERA, DOWN, ENTOMBED and THE BURNING.

DIRTWRENCH recorded its first demo, "An Old Fashion Shot To The Nutsack", in October 2013 with producer Jacob Bredahl (ex-HATESPHERE, LAST MILE, THE KANDIDATE) at his Dead Rat Studio in Aarhus, Denmark.

"An Old Fashion Shot To The Nutsack" track listing:

01. Hellbound Revolution Anthem
02. Ten Seconds
03. Breaking The Walls
04. Five Cents

You can stream the entire demo at this location.

DIRTWRENCH is:

Dennis Petersen - Vocals
Kurt Sørensen - Guitar
Morten Jacobsen - Guitar
Ricky Christensen - Drums
Rune Sinnbeck - Bass

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