LAST CRACK Receive Radio Airplay In Iraq

LAST CRACK's "Energy Mind", a song Metal Maniacs magazine called "one of the greatest songs of the decade (1990s), if not all time," from the group's 1991 Roadrunner Records release "Burning Time", produced by Dave Jerden (JANE'S ADDICTION, ALICE IN CHAINS), became the first song to be played on 94.6 FM Special Ops Radio in Mosul, Iraq. When asked about the meaning and overall positive vibe of "Energy Mind", lead singer Buddo replied, "Everyone has to build themselves, have active thoughts, challenge themselves. maintain that attitude, always strive for more."

LAST CRACK are receiving regular airplay on the station that reaches U.S. troops in three locations in Mosul, Iraq — a place where the fighting has been severe. A request line is open at [email protected]

LAST CRACK recently released "Siren Song", a track from their new demo, as a free download at the band's web site, "Greta Grinder", the next track to be released, will be available for free download on June 14 to promote their upcoming performance on June 19 at the Annex in Madison, Wisconsin.


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