May is Mental Health Awareness Month - and DIRTBAG superstars BATFARM (Alexx Calise) have released a new single which outlines the aftermath of someone taking their own life.
This subject matter is heavy - but, assuredly, someone you know has been affected by suicide or mental illness. If you are struggling-- or if you know someone struggling-- or even if it seems like everything is just fine, REACH OUT.
Call 1-800-273-8255 to reach the National Suicide Prevention Hotline.
The Liquid Conversations' host Shawn SixX caught up with Sal Abruscato of A PALE HORSE NAMED DEATH to talk about all things music. Take a listen to their chat about balancing music and family, keeping the dream alive, and playing music after all these years.
This is a seriously honest look into the life of being a musician, parent, and how to balance the two.
Photo: A PALE HORSE NAMED DEATH The Liquid Conversations podcast is proudly endorsed by DIRTBAG CLOTHING
Dirtbag Clothing has teamed up with ROCK N' ROLL INDUSTRIES Magazine, DYNAMOUNT and SCORPION PERCUSSION to throw its third annual Winter NAMM Show - taking place Saturday, January 26 at 6PM in the Clarion Hotel Anaheim Resort Bar. This reception is open to Dirtbag Endorsed Artists, and anyone with a NAMM badge. Come out and join us for networking and beers!
In the wake of the most recent natural disaster affecting the East Coast, newly endorsed Dirtbag Artists, DAYS TO COME stepped up to the plate to help with relief efforts.. Hurricane Michael made landfall on October 10th, 2018 as a Category 4 storm- the first of its kind in history to affect the Florida Panhandle, resulting in at least 13 killed. The storm made it as far as Albany, Georgia, the hometown of DAYS TO COME; a smaller city that sees the occasional tornado, or flood from the Flint River, but rarely ever a hurricane. Although none of their homes were damaged, the band spent over a week outside, working long days, chopping up tree trunks and cleaning up the mess so that life in Albany could resume as normal. There is still much more work to do, as Hurricane Michael is said to have caused upwards of $4.5 billion in property damage, and over $3 billion in damage to Florida's forestland.
Those who rise above and beyond to help others and their communities are the real Dirtbags.