Dirty Shirt – Maramu’ (demo version)

2014 Wacken second place winners Dirty Shirt release an almost-finished track from their upcoming 2015 album “Dirtylicious”.

The boys are working hard as usual and they’ll hit the road soon in support of the new record.

The song you’re about to listen is based on popular Northern Transylvanian folklore, and should be a bang in concert. Accomplished traditional musicians from Transylvania (the band’s homeland) laid the sounds that bring some tenderness to otherwise a metal blister. See all details below.

Demo version of “MARAMU” – a track from the upcoming DIRTY SHIRT album “DIRTYLICIOUS”.

Recorded @ 7 Cats Studio, Baia Mare by Dan Secheli, Mihai Tivadar and Radu Muntean.

Guitar recordings @ MT Sound, Grenoble by Mihai Tivadar and @ LowBass Studio, Deva, by Adrian Uritescu.

Guitar reamping @ LowBass Studio by Adrian Uritescu

Produced by: Mihai Tivadar (Drop’n’Dirty)

Test mastering: Attila Brushvox (Brushvox Studio, Bucarest, Romania)

Audio production will be completed by Charles “Kallaghan” Massabo (mix @ Kallaghan Studio, Los Angeles, USA) and Alan Douches (mastering @ West West Side Studio, Los Angeles, USA).

Music adapted and inspired from folk Romanian music by Mihai Tivadar

Traditional lyrics collected and adapted by Dan Crăciun and Mihai Tivadar

Dirty Shirt is: Dan “Rini” Crăciun (vocals), Robert “Metalistu” Rusz (vocals), Mihai Tivadar (guitars, synths), Cristian Bălănean (guitars), Dan Petean (guitars), Pál Novelli (bass) and Vlad “X” Ţoca (drums).

With the participation of Transylvanian Folkore Orchestra: Marius Sabo (violins), Andrei Oşan (clarinet), Leonard Negrea (cimbalom), Ciprian Ghiaţă (accordion) and Cserey Csaba (percussion).

Stay tuned for more info:




via Dirty Shirt – Maramu’ (demo version) by dirtyshirtoriginal on SoundCloud – Hear the world’s sounds.

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