Burnt Out Wreck
BURNT OUT WRECK
Lymestone Brewery Beer!
Cherry Red/Burnt Out Wreckords
Music and beer go hand in hand and so we are super excited to announce the collaboration between Lymestone Brewery and Burnt Out Wreck.
12 perfect beers to go with the perfect album, ‘This is Hell’.
“When Claire reached out to us to collaborate with the band to produce a beer, we were more than happy to get involved” says Ian Bradford. “We love the band and the album so it’s a real treat for us to be able to do this together”.
The beer is not for the fainthearted! Three powerful US hops dominate this monster of an American Pale Ale. From its crisp Maris Otter base to its massive hoppy finish this is a beer that will have you on the edge of your seat.
The beer is released for presale on the 25th September ready to be sent out on the 5th October. There are already plans to increase the range in the near future.
To order your case of Burnt Out Wreck, head on over to www.lymestonebrewery.net
Burnt Out Wreck release their single ‘Paddywack‘, taken from their album ‘This Is Hell’ which is out now on Burnt Out Wreckords/Cherry Red.
Conditions permitting, Burnt Out Wreck are confirmed to play Planet Rockstock in December 2020 and will be supporting Bonfire at the Underworld, January 2021
BURNT OUT WRECK
Gary has a colourful history as the drummer and main songwriter for Heavy Pettin’.
For BURNT OUT WRECK, Gary has traded the drum stool for the microphone and has handed the drumming chair to beater Paul Gray. Adrian Dunn has been Gary’s partner in guitar crime since 1991 and was the obvious choice to be the lead guitarist. Adrian had a stint in The Sweet somewhere in the mists of time and possesses a blistering guitar style, he is the Buzz Light Year of the band as his solos go into ‘infinity and beyond’! GARY headed over the wall to the land of the kilt to recruit Alex Carmichael on bass. Alex is from Eighties band La Paz, and finally Miles Goodman, long-time friend of Gary and Adrian joined as rhythm guitarist, saying he is ‘thrilled’ to have bagged the job.
GARY has his own imitable style. He is compared frequently to Bon Scott and Marc Storace and he accepts this as a compliment, his vocal style developed in Mother’s Ruin, the band that rose from the ashes of Heavy Pettin’ in 1991. There followed a few years’ hiatus until 2011 when Mother’s Ruin supported Duff McKagan, played HRH Ibiza and the Bulldog Bash, all to great reviews & press interest. In 2014, he shut the the whole operation down in favour of song writing, BURNT OUT WRECK’S inception was unexpected but welcome! ROCK AINT DEAD….