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      DAY SHEET BLOG — Heavy Metal

      Faucet Mouth - A Heavy Track With Heavy Stacks [Traverse The Abyss]

      Faucet Mouth - A Heavy Track With Heavy Stacks [Traverse The Abyss]

      Long time Dirtbags in Traverse the Abyss have created a heavy little snack track about fat stacks and big racks. From Scranton, PA (yes, the same place as Dunder Mifflin) Traverse The Abyss traverses the heavy riffs and brings a fun and creative video to the market of heavy music lovers.

      "We worked with Novro Studios to record the song, who also helped us with the video. We all had a lot of fun doing the shoots, dressing up in the different outfits & being ridiculous. We hope that you all enjoy it as much as we did making it. It is just the start of new music coming your way!" said Eric Abyss (Vocals / Frontman)

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      Dirtbag John interviews with SD Voyager Mag

      Dirtbag John interviews with SD Voyager Mag

      SD Voyager Magazine has recently featured an interview with our very own Chief Passionate Officer, Dirtbag John. CLICK THE LINK HERE to check out the interview - there may even be a Dirtbag promo code involved! Learn some #dirtbag history!

      Dirtbag Artists TRAVERSE THE ABYSS release video – [Failure]

      Dirtbag Artists TRAVERSE THE ABYSS release video – [Failure]

      TRAVERSE THE ABYSS have released a new video for their song FAILURE .. The video compiles live footage from : *Kohlfest 2018 Reverb Reading, PA *Traverse the Abyss EP release show V Spot Scranton, PA *The Chance Theater Poughkeepsie, NY *Stage West Scranton, PA *One Centre Square Easton, PA opening for Whitechapel, Chelsea Grin, Oceano & Slaughter to Prevail

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      Dirtbag rocker FRANK PALANGI to play Woodstock 50th anniversary

      Dirtbag rocker FRANK PALANGI to play Woodstock 50th anniversary

      ROAD TO WOODSTOCK - Dirtbag Endorsed Artist FRANK PALANGI- Upstate NY rock recording artist has recently landed the opportunity to travel to Kansas to perform as a main act on Aug 16th 2019 at the upcoming iconic 50th Woodstock Music Festival -- sharing the stage with worldwide acts including Jefferson Starship, Dave Evans from AC/DC and more! Frank has been continuously pursuing his dream of making music for a living for several years now. "No Plan B" as he states. You may have caught him playing opening for national artists such as 3 Doors Down and Aaron Lewis or festivals including RockNDerby and Uproar or in a local bar or at a community outdoor event. Palangi wanted to become a career musician and singer-songwriter since he was a teenager, and began on this path by releasing his debut self-titled EP in 2011. Influenced by bands from the 80's (Metallica, Ozzy, Def Leppard, Megadeth), 90's (Creed, Godsmack, 3 Doors Down), 2000's (Daughtry, Three Days Grace, Shinedown), he fuses rock n' roll with a post-grunge sound to sculpt his positive, clean musical motifs. Grounded from a solid support system from his upbringing while his motivations are centralized around positivity and not the temptations of a stereotypical rockstar lifestyle. From an early childhood he learned to adapt to his chronic medical illness that impacted his decisions in his everyday life, turning it all around as a force to bring his dreams into reality saying "I have no Plan B backing down on my dreams." Frank is the recipient of an LA Music Award nomination, three Akademia Music Awards, an Unsigned Only Semi-Finalist Award, WIGWAM Online Radio Best Male Artist Award as well as a local Best Acoustic Solo Artist in the region with the Post Star/Chronicle and Metroland Magazine. - Booking now for opening slots, acoustic gigs, events, fundraisers, recording work, voice overs:


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      Dirtbag Artists DAYS TO COME assist Hurricane Michael relief

      Dirtbag Artists DAYS TO COME assist Hurricane Michael relief

      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.