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Dirty Crush / Press

“VII Album Review By Thunder Underground Dirty Crush - VII VII is the latest offering from Tulsa hard rock act, Dirty Crush. It's gonna be a big year for these guys, and with a Rocklahoma appearance and an opening slot for Aranda in Oklahoma City in June.....it only works out all too well to have a quality product to back and promote. VII is diverse to a fault. Hard driving, heavy rock is surely the name of the game here, but DC isn't afraid to pepper it with a bluesy flare, or a NWOBHM gallop, introspective lyrics to some Seattle grunge. This album proves to be a great rock n' roll calling card. An ambitious take on the 7 Deadly Sins, VII is an intense listen that broods and fires from start to finish. The ominous intro gives way to a classic metal - tinged "Envy"....a fitting kick off to this epic album. "Wrath" is blazing and unrelenting that would make evenDimebag Darrell smile. "Lust" is the obvious but refreshing sonic curveball of the album with blues guitar runs, infectio”

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“VII is the latest offering from Tulsa hard rock act, Dirty Crush. It's gonna be a big year for these guys, and with a Rocklahoma appearance and an opening slot for Aranda in Oklahoma City in June.....it only works out all too well to have a quality product to back and promote. VII is diverse to a fault. Hard driving, heavy rock is surely the name of the game here, but DC isn't afraid to pepper it with a bluesy flare, or a NWOBHM gallop, introspective lyrics to some Seattle grunge. This album proves to be a great rock n' roll calling card. An ambitious take on the 7 Deadly Sins, VII is an intense listen that broods and fires from start to finish. The ominous intro gives way to a classic metal - tinged "Envy"....a fitting kick off to this epic album. "Wrath" is blazing and unrelenting that would make even Dimebag Darrell smile. Read the full review here: http://dirtycrush.net/dirty-crush-vii-album-review”

“For Dirty Crush and every last member. The weekend of April 11th 2014, one of the best things I've ever seen in music happened right in front of my eyes and ears. I have to add this here, forgive the length. Please stay with me. For Dirty Crush who has become a household name amongst rockers from Texas to Arkansas to Rocklahoma and beyond, the light bulb came on... the pendulum swung ...the ties that bind were in the floor around their feet, the chains were broken. Dirty Crush played one of the best rock shows that I have seen or heard in recent years. They really were all in control lyrically. Taking those risks that yield a band the rewards experience and hard work only will bring. Jeremy on drums was literally playing his heart out. Opening with a cover of Ride Like The Wind Christopher Cross but in Dirty Crush style and it worked magically!!! You could see the crowd loved every second of it and it grabbed the kind of attention that makes you do a double take of everyone there.”

“Having been in the music and entertainment industry for over 30 years, I've had the opportunity to see and hear thousands of bands. One of the things I appreciate with a local band is when they "live" what they are doing on stage They make you FEEL it. They make you LIVE it with them. And this is what I appreciate with Dirty Crush. They make you feel as if you are on stage playing their tunes with them. Bottom line, they are a band that you want to see over and over because of the experience that the members of Dirty Crush make you feel, which, in my opinion, is the total experience. The total package. They aren't there just strumming complacently along waiting for the end of the gig to collect a measly paycheck, the are living and feeling what they are doing because the music is what and who they are about. So, if you want to hear good tunes and live and experience those tunes, Dirty Crush is the band to you need to see, Andrew Mikus, Tulsa Account Manager, Currentland Magazine”