Durty Triix to release debut album ‘Crackin Skulls And Crushin’ Bones’ on October 7th

Durty Triix to release debut album ‘Crackin Skulls And Crushin’ Bones’ on October 7th

Aussie rockers Dirty Triix will be releasing their debut album Crackin Skulls And Crushin’ Bones on October 7, 2022.

Durty Triix‘s “Short Bio” indicates in part (with slight edits):

“Formed in Sydney, Australia in October 2021, Durty Triix is frontman Scotty Ginn’s brand new live band project featuring a star-studded line-up of Scotty (Boss, Rags N Riches) on lead vocals and guitar, Dave McKeowen (Simon Chainsaw and The Liberators) on lead guitar, Damian McDonald (Phantom, Rags N Riches, Pound For Pound) on bass, and Jason (Jaymac) McDonald (Strange Karma, Rags N Riches) on drums.

Durty Triix is the new wave of classic hard rock in the style of AC/DC, Aerosmith, Def Leppard and Whitesnake. Scotty writes, performs, and produces all Durty Triix material.

Durty Triix is the natural evolution of Scott’s previous work with Rags N Riches and his solo career from his debut album ‘Ginn – One Man Army’ followed by two more solo albums under the Mazz-XT banner ‘At The Brink Of Eternity’ and ‘Only The Quick And The Dead’. Ginn has branded the band name Durty Triix as an identifiable name more in keeping with the artist’s style of music.

The debut Durty Triix album ‘Crackin’ Skulls And Crushin’ Bones’ is the culmination of two years or writing, recording, engineering and producing by Ginn in his Mazz-XT Music studio. Two singles ‘Loose Lips And Tight Hips’ and ‘Hell Hath No Fury’ have been released as pre-cursors to the album. The 10-track album releases on October 7, 2022.

The album will be available in digital format from the Mazz-XT Music Bandcamp site.

For fans who prefer physical merch, an extremely short run limited-edition CD will be available to order through the band’s Bandcamp site, as well as directly from the band and at shows. Get in quick though as these will sell out fast.

It’s time to play some Durty Triix!”

Durty Triix‘s “Hell Hath No Fury” video: