BURNT OUT WRECK Featuring Gary Moat of Heavy Pettin’ Sign Deal

So today I have signed a new worldwide record contract with The Right Honourable Recording Company Ltd through Cherry Red and a new worldwide publishing contract with CHELSEA MUSIC Publishing Company Ltd. I am very very excited and honoured to be working with them. The album is set for release Feb 2017. Thanks for all your support and kind words, it was worth the wait……It is a crazy experience to be doing this again but I am loving it!” ~ Gary Moat.

BURNT OUT WRECK

Gary Moat – the man at the back is now at the front! The Heavy Pettin’ drummer is now the driving force ofBURNT OUT WRECK and very much in control of the fire that’s burning.

Gary has just signed to TRHRC through Cherry Red, the paper is inked and the music flowing. He has also signed to Eddie Levy at The Chelsea Publishing Company Ltd. TRHRC, Martin Darvill, Daniel Earnshaw and Gary are very excited at the signing and look forward to the album’s release in February 2017.

The remaining members for BURNT OUT WRECK are now being finalised, the band as it stands now is Gary Moat on vocals and Adrian Dunn on lead guitars.

The new album is co-produced by Gary Moat and Steve Rispin (Asia, Inglorious) at his  Liscombe Park Studio, mastered by Pete Maher (U2, The Killers, Jack White, Rolling Stones etc) and is set for a February 2017 release.

This new album is going to be a storming slice of classic hard rock and is guaranteed to start 2017 in some serious rock ‘n’ roll style!

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Queen plan to play this year

roger taylor and brian may of queen

Brian May and Roger Taylor are planning to perform live as Queen later this year, the guitarist has confirmed.

And he’s predicted that an upcoming announcement regarding their Freddie Mercury biopic is going to “cause sensation”.

The guitarist – who recently endured a cancer scare – says via his website: “It looks like it will be a very busy year for us. We seem to be still hovering on the button as I write, ready to start the engine rolling on the Freddie film.

It’s been a long haul as you know, trying to assemble the right team to make the film. I have learned in my short time in the movie world that availability is everything. There are windows of opportunity, when everyone you need is free – but the windows can close unexpectedly, and it’s back to the drawing board.

“But the line-up is looking very exciting. I think just the announcement will cause a bit of a sensation.”

May says of working with Taylor again: “We’ve  been looking at doing some dates – Roger and myself and who knows who else. Of course, these days nothing is a secret for more than the five minutes it takes for Twitter and Facebook to spread rumours.

“I think we’re up for one more swing out there. In fact, in our Queen meeting today we drank on it!”

Queen’s most recent concerts have been with American Idol runner-up Adam Lambert at the front of the band. They played a number of shows in 2012 and appeared in Las Vegas last September.

Meanwhile, the band have released a new video discussing their 1986 shows at Wembley Stadium.