Killer Dwarfs frontman Russ Dwarf to release solo album in 2019
The Killer Dwarfs lead vocalist Russ Dwarf is keeping busy these days. The Killer Dwarfs released their second live album Live No Guff! earlier this year and are also scheduled to release their follow up to their 2013 album Start @ One in 2019. The Canadian band has now announced that its frontman Russ Dwarf also plans on releasing a new solo album in 2019.
The following message was posted on the Killer Dwarfs‘ Facebook page earlier today (with slight edits):
“Dave Ellefson of Megadeth pointing out his first Killer Dwarfs release Live “No Guff” on his and Thom Hazaert‘s EMP Label Group. Next up re-releases of Start @ One and Russ DWaRf‘s “Wireless” CD (featuring Ron Thal aka Bumblefoot) . New music is currently underway for 2019 releases by both Killer Dwarfs and a new Russ DWaRf solo CD on EMP Label Group.
Get your copy of “No Guff” at http://empmerch.com/
Sleaze Roxx stated the following in its review of Russ Dwarf‘s prior solo album Wireless released in 2013: “Hard rock bands cutting the power to their guitars and dumping the drum set has always struck me as a bit odd. Blazing fretwork and pounding drums are mandatory for any heavy metal group, but stripping all that away changes the entire dynamic. I don’t mind releases like Wireless though, as they offer a vulnerability not often found on the Earth-shattering albums we all remember. Listeners either love or hate these types of albums, but if you enjoy the whole unplugged genre Russ Dwarf‘s comeback will be a welcome addition.”