Dead Confederate Release Free Live LP

Dead Confederate Release Free Live LP

Dead Confederate just wrapped up their 2009 tour through Europe with Alberta Cross and finished in the United Kingdom with J Mascis and the Fog . Dead Confederate was touring in support of their release Wrecking Ball.

The band is now offering a free download of a new Live LP, DIRTY AMMO. Click HERE or visit to get the free album. The material was recorded live at The Earl in Atlanta, GA this past May and features seven tracks in total. The LP showcases the band's signature live intensity on four original songs (from the bands EP and studio album) and one previously un-released new song, "Guns," as well as two covers - Elliott Smith's "Roman Candle" and Officer May's "Smoking a Minor." The LP will also be available with an optional $1 donation to help rebuild the Georgia Theater, which was destroyed by fire in June 2009. There is an additional option to buy a vinyl copy of the album as well as a t-shirt.

Fan Packs are available:
Vinyl + download of LP with $1 contribution - $21.00 package
Vinyl + download of LP + band t-shirt with $1 contribution - $41 package

Dirty Ammo Track List

Side A
Get Out
Start Me Laughing
Shadow The Walls
Roman Candle*

Side B
Smoke A Minor**
Tortured Artist Saint

* Elliott Smith cover
** Officer May cover

For more on Dead Confederate see our exclusive feature/interview here.

"A raw howling take that recalls the darkest moments of nineties grunge." Rolling Stone

"...atmospheric... sorrowful, searing and Southern virtually in all the right ways." Spin Magazine

"A hairy American Radiohead." The UK Telegraph

Check out the video for "The Rat" featured on Dead Confederate's YouTube channel.

[Published on: 12/18/09]

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