DIRTY RIG: Tour Dates Announced
Long Island/New York City rockers DIRTY RIG, featuring former WARRIOR SOUL frontman Kory Clarke, have lined up the following dates during April/May:
Apr. 13 - Dingbatz - Clifton, New Jersey
Apr. 27 - Whiskey Dix - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Apr. 28 - Carms Sports Zone - Exeter, Pennsylvania
May 03 - Cert 18 - York, England
May 05 - Rock Of Ages - Leeds, England
May 07 - Boardwalk - Sheffield, England
May 08 - Joiners - Southampton, England
May 09 - The Attic - Rushden, England
May 10 - Underworld - London, England
May 12 - Junction 7 - Nottingham, England
DIRTY RIG last month went into the studio to record several songs for the group's upcoming album. "We have 13 new tracks recorded for this puppy so far," the group's bassist Buckshot wrote on the band's MySpace page. "We are very excited about them too. There are some barn-burners, some mid-tempo shit and even more barn-burners. Our motto is 'If you can't hump to our songs then they aint our songs!' These songs will sure make you drink, have sex and drink some more!!!"
DIRTY RIG's debut Escapi Music release, entitled "Rock Did It", came out last June. The band also filmed a video for the song "Dogs" with director David Brodsky (ALL THAT REMAINS, GOD FORBID) of My Good Eye.
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