LAST CRACK: New Demo Song Posted Online

Reunited Midwest hard rockers LAST CRACK have made available for download a brand-new demo song, entitled "Siren Song", at this location.

"Siren Song" comes off the group's recently recorded four-song demo, which is currently being used to procure a new record deal.

LAST CRACK's current lineup consists of the original line-up from the "Sinister Funkhouse #17" (1990) and "Burning Time" (1991) CDs except for drummer Phil Buerstatte. New drummer Chris Havey was previously in the second incarnation of the band ("Runheadstartscreaming" era, circa 1993-94).

As previously reported, LAST CRACKHavey, Paul Schluter (guitar), Todd Winger (bass), Buddo (vocals), and Don Bakken (guitar) — will make an appearance this Thursday, Feb. 26 at 10:00 p.m. Central Time on www.gimpradio.com.

The songs featured on LAST CRACK's current demo are as follows:

01. Siren Song
02. Sensei
03. Greta Grinder
04. Bullet Train

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