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      Explore DIRTBAG Winter 2023 Styles

      Dirtbag Clothing 2023 Winter Style Guide

      Welcome to the DIRTBAG Winter Style Guide! As temperatures remain low, it can be a challenge to stay fresh and on-trend while also staying warm... but fear not-- our team at DIRTBAG has put together a guide filled with the latest winter fashion trends and tips to help you STAY WARM and STAY LOUD all season long.

      The DIRTBAG lifestyle is all about attitude and self-expression, and what better way to show your love for the culture than with the latest winter fashion trends. Whether you're hitting the road with your band, going out on the town, or just spending time out in the cold, this guide has you covered.

      From cozy winter hoodies and sweatshirts to stylish beanies, we will show you how to layer and accessorize to stay warm and fresh. We'll also give you tips on how to style your favorite DIRTBAG pieces for a look that's uniquely you.


      So whether you're a seasoned roadie or just looking for some new cozy rags, this guide is for you. Get ready to rock your winter style with DIRTBAG...


      DIRTBAG 2023 Winter Style Guide: Pullover Hoodies


      The DIRTBAG lifestyle is all about attitude and self-expression, and what better way to show your love for the game than with a DIRTBAG pullover hoodie. These hoodies are designed to be both stylish and comfortable, making them the perfect choice for any artist or fan.

      DIRTBAG 2023 Style Guide: Pullover Hoodie Styles






      To add a bit of style to your pullover hoodie, try pairing it with a pair of leather pants and a denim jacket. This creates a modern, edgy look that is perfect for a night out with friends or a concert.

      DIRTBAG pullover hoodies are a must-have for any hard-working, passionate individual.. they are comfortable, stylish, and perfect for expressing your love for your craft. Remember, DIRTBAG is not just a brand, it's a lifestyle.






      DIRTBAG zip hoodies feature bold graphic designs symbolizing rock and roll and alternative-styles. They are made from a soft and comfortable materials, and feature a full-zip front with kangaroo pockets. They come in various styles, sizes and colors.

      Dirtbag 2023 Winter Style Guide: Zip Hoodies

      RE-Introducing the MEGAZIP hoodie - the ultimate in style and functionality. This hoodie features a huge zipper that runs the entire length of the hoodie, making it easy to put on and take off, and also providing an extra layer of warmth and protection from the elements.

      Dirtbag 2023 Winter Style Guide: MEGZAIP Hoodie

      The MEGAZIP hoodie is made from a high-quality, soft and comfortable material that will keep you warm and cozy in any weather. It is available in a variety of sizes, making it easy to find the perfect fit for you. The huge zipper is not only a stylish feature, but it also provides an extra layer of warmth and protection from the elements, making it a great choice for all outdoor DIRTBAG activities.

      The unique design of the MEGAZIP hoodie makes it stand out from other hoodies on the market. The huge zipper is a statement piece that is sure to turn heads, making it the perfect choice for those who want to STAY WARM and STAY LOUD. This hoodie will start a conversation wherever you bring it!

      In addition to its unique design, the MEGAZIP hoodie is also extremely functional. The huge zipper allows for easy on and off, making it perfect for layering. It also features kangaroo pockets and a hood with a drawstring, providing added warmth and protection from the elements.

      The MEGAZIP hoodie is the perfect choice for anyone looking for a stylish, functional, and unique hoodie. Its huge zipper is an epic statement that is sure to turn heads, and its high-quality, soft and comfortable material will keep you warm and cozy in any weather. Whether you're going on tour, hiking, or spending time in the cold, the MEGAZIP hoodie will be your best friend,



      Dirtbag 2023 Winter Style Guide: Beanies

      DIRTBAG beanies have been a staple in the rock n'roll scene for decades. These rugged and functional hats are designed to keep you warm and protected from the elements, whether you're touring, working outside, embarking on outdoor adventures, or whatever makes you a DIRTBAG... our beanies will be there to warm your melon, and keep you looking fresh.


      Dirtbag 2023 Winter Style Guide: Beanie Styling






      If you're looking to add some DIRTBAG style to your beanie, try rocking it with a CREST FLANNEL, some denim jeans, and solid pair of boots. This creates a rugged, outdoorsy look that is perfect for a day spent on the road, or just out exploring.

      DIRTBAG beanies are a must-have for anyone who needs to keep their dome warm. They are comfy, durable, and functional, making them the perfect accessory for all your DIRTBAG activities. With the right styling and pairing, you can make the most of your DIRTBAG beanie and look great doing it.







      -Dirtbag Clothing 2023 Winter Style Guide

      WHEN WE WERE YOUNG FEST - an honest review....

      WHEN WE WERE YOUNG FEST - an honest review....

      After surviving the most gut-wrenching, terrifying airplane landing of my life, I arrived in Vegas last Saturday to 65MPH winds, and the news that the first day of the When We Were Young Festival had been cancelled (on account of those aforementioned winds).  For those unfamiliar, this festival was sold to be the ultimate revival of the legends of POP PUNK/EMO- that silly little genre we were always told was JUST A PHASE…


      We arrived at the Stratosphere hotel (which we are now just calling "the STRAT") mid afternoon to a sea of tens of thousands of disappointed, misplaced elder emos with absolutely nowhere to go. Security was top-flight, and the biggest man I have ever seen was at the front door, only letting folks into the hotel if they were confirmed hotel guests. Getting past that guy made me feel like a true VIP.  The reason for the crowd was- the festival cancellation had resulted in some of the acts putting together secret last-minute consolation shows in intimate venues, and one was happening in the 200 cap sidebar on the STRAT casino floor. RED JUMPSUIT APPARATUS, ARMOR FOR SLEEP, and HAWTHORNE HEIGHTS filled half of that casino, and rocked the tiniest little show in a space like I’d never seen. We caught wind of a subsequent SENSES FAIL, THURSDAY, and BAYSIDE popup show at a 350 cap venue on Fremont street. By the time we arrived by bus, there were already 1000 people in line, so we called it a loss, and went to gamble. Shout out to ZACH at the AZTEC dive casino across from the STRAT. My new favorite place in Vegas.


      When we woke up Sunday, the wind was present, but the show was on… The festival entrance was only a few blocks from the STRAT, and we waited in a line of thousands of people to enter the main gate, only to find out that the line was not a requirement, and the gate was wide enough for everyone in line. We entered the festival to see another mile long line, this one full of people waiting to buy official festival merch. I figured, eh- I’ll hit that line later. After a good 4 hours of festival-ing, I was ready for a snack. The Las Vegas Festival Grounds was slowly filling up as the day went on, and I could see the lines for food and merch getting longer and longer, so I figured it was time to make a move. I found a LA-style hotdog line, and it appeared to have about 8 people waiting- far less than any other line in the venue. Not to mention, the grill smelled phenomenal. 45 minutes later, when I got toward the front of that 8-person line, I saw that the hotdog I was waiting for was going to cost me $16 (clever menu sign placement). It was too late; I was in too deep. Plus, I knew I wasn’t going to get a better deal anywhere else in there. I thought- well, at least this will be the best hotdog I’ve ever tasted…. it wasn’t.


      Hunger suspended, I went on to watch some of my favorite bands play some awesome sets. There was never a minute of the day where NO band playing that I wanted to watch. The booking detail for this festival was incredible. I was truly impressed to see that some of these guys still have it after all these years. As much as I thought the lines and the crowds would die down eventually, they didn’t. They only got longer and stronger. When it was time for nature to call, I saw the third mile-long line of the day. THE FESTIVAL HAD ONLY TWO MEN'S BATHROOMS AND TWO WOMEN'S BATHROOMS, and THAT WAS IT. 60,000+  concert-goers/hard seltzer drinkers sharing a total of about 50 toilets. After 50 minutes of bathroom line, I noticed that there were more women in the men's bathroom than men… because of course, the line was shorter. I watched a man get his face bashed into a metal sink for trying to cut the line, and a woman break the fight up. This was enough to fuel my decision to stop ingesting liquids for the remainder of my time there. $15 PBR had its part in that decision as well.


      By the time my bathroom adventure was complete, the sun had completely left us. The temperature dropped from a nice, comfortable 65 to a very cool sub-50, and I knew it wouldn’t be long before I needed to get inside. I was trying to catch up with my friend, who graciously offered me the ticket to attend, but the festival grounds had ZERO cellular reception, and communication was impossible. Looking for faces in the crowd was also impossible- the entire venue was lit with blinding colored stage lights, pointed directly at the eyes.. It was like the Twilight Zone in there. In the worst case, if there had happened to be an emergency or tragedy, things would have been very iffy for everyone in attendance. I spoke with several folks who waited over two and a half hours for official concert merch, only to find out that they were sold out of many styles and sizes.. despite having missed an ENTIRE day of festival sales. (If any WWWY festival organizers read this… I know a pretty good merch guy who can get you what you need ;)) It seemed that the people who were willing to wait that long for merch were more interested in being able to say they were there, than actually being there.


      In the end, I suppressed my bladder, and bared with my body temperature for as long as I could, and then it was time for me to leave. I caught a porta-potty on the way out, and that boy was SLOSHED (see picture below). I survived about 10 hours of a 12+ hour show, and I was pretty proud of my elder emo self for that.. I was in no shape to brave the crowd of MY CHEMICAL ROMANCE fanatics..

      ...but that’s ok. I remember seeing them when we were ACTUALLY young… long before they were cool ;)

      WWWY toilets were few, and gross.

      I can't even begin to guess what happened in this lavatory...

      My ratings:

      Band Lineup: 10/10 .. seeing that many classically awesome bands in one place is unheard of. The first of its kind.

      Festival Logistics: 4/10 - allowing re-entry was a good move.

      Festival Food: 4/10 - the hour wait for a $16 hot dog was a massive disappointment.

      Festival Security: N/A .. after entering the fest, I saw 1 security guard all day- helping a puker.

      Festival Audio: 2/10 .. the sound was absolute dogshit, but if you knew the songs, you could still have fun.

      Festival Amenities: 2/10 .. can an elder emo get a chair? Just one chair. The closest thing to a chair in that venue was a piss covered toilet, and you’d better be willing to wait for it (or get your head bashed into a sink).


      Will I go again next year?

      …if it’s free again, maybe.

      Dirtbags get WET at Michigan Metalfest!

      Dirtbags get WET at Michigan Metalfest!


      Last Saturday, DIRTBAGS from all over the U.S. came together under the cold, rainy sky for the wettest, muddiest Michigan Metalfest to date. Don Jamieson (Comedian, That Metal Show) joined us for the day, hopped on stage to introduce BACKLASH (DIRTBAG song contest winners) on the DIRTBAG Stage, and also did a short comedy set on the main stage while the crowd waited to watch TALLAH.

      Before the weather went to hell.

      Early in the day, long-time DIRTBAG Artists THE CONVALESCENCE brutalized the stage, throwing bloody hearts, and shooting water rifles into the (already wet) crowd. BACKLASH ripped out an epic 2-part set, which was interrupted by a lightning delay.. but we got a rockin’ on-stage interview of them while we waited for the sky to clear (STAY TUNED).

      Due to a series of unfortunate events, the DIRTBAG Stage was shut down mid-day, and our Endorsed Artists, REDEFIND and CASKET ROBBERY were unfortunately unable to perform.

      DIRTBAGS showed out in FULL-FORCE at Michigan Metalfest this year. Festival metalheads showed their true grit and love of the genre, as they spun and flipped their soaking wet hair in the cold-pouring rain.. all. day. long.

      Shawn Sixx - DIRTBAG

      BACKLASH - DIRTBAG X Michigan Metalfest Song Contest Winners

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      CanvasRebel Interview - Meet John Alves

      CanvasRebel Interview - Meet John Alves

      Our very own DIRTBAG JOHN sat down with the folks at CanvasRebel - 

      check out the interview below!

      Meet John Alves

      Dirtbag Block of Rock [Zacky Sickness]

      Dirtbag Block of Rock [Zacky Sickness]

      Dirtbag Mike from The Foundry gets a chance to follow up with Zacky Sickness. They talk about heavy sliced and girthy metal riffs, studio recording and new music for his latest EP titled "Storm the Gates".




      Songs for mention are: Will Anyone Be There

      Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/Zacky-Sickness-1852242868237554 Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/zackysickness/?hl=en Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/artist/58kNV2ehu00mrwHZBK5GRr Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVA5LOVcSEKnbkBHbntaZlw


      Artist Bio: Zacky Sickness started in 2018 after Zack moved back to his hometown of Joseph, OR and couldn’t find a band wanting to do his style of music. Which made him starting to make instrumentals on “Apple Loops” as he worked on his first solo album. At the very end of writing that he looked up “Royalty free heavy metal instrumentals” and found Jacob Lizotte. Zack had him make 2 tracks for his first album, and has been working with him ever since. Creating 2 albums together Now Zack has just released a brand new E.P. With Jacob Lizotte once again handling all the instrumentals and mixing and mastering. The E.P. “Storm the Gates” is once again exploring many different genres and influences in both lyric wise and musically. Zack explored new boundaries with songs such as “Life is Just a Airport” where he challenged himself to write a fun drinking Irish punk song. Zack has said about the song “I’ve gotten comfortable with writing about my depression and anxiety, and often feel if I try to write something happy or uplifting it comes off as corny, so I wanted to challenge myself and make a song that people can party and have a fun time to.” Another song where he tried something new was the song “Zoltar’s Fortune” which is a song about a fortune card he got from a “Zoltar” machine that was eerily accurate to what he was going through in life, and the first verse of the song comes straight from the fortune card he got. Songs like “Storm the Gates” talk about war, while “Will Anyone Be There?” Talks on self doubt and being unmotivated by people ignoring the songs he puts all his effort in, while “The Liars and Thieves” is about the sharks of the music industry, about people who prey on small musicians with broken promises all to get their money.

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