DIRTY SHIRT Posts Video “Live at Hellfest Open Air 2022 (Full Concert)”

DIRTY SHIRT Posts Video “Live at Hellfest Open Air 2022 (Full Concert)”

+ European Tour Dates In Support Of New Album “Get Your Dose Now!”

Top L to R: Vlad Toca (drums), Pal Novelli (bass), Dan Petean (guitars), Cristian Balanean (guitars)
Bottom L to R: Cosmin Nechita (violin), Robert Rusz (vocals), Dan Rini Craciun (vocals), Mihai Tivadar (keyboards, guitars)
Photo Credit – Vladut Ciprian

Transylvanian FolkCore Orchestra Dirty Shirt had an intense summer this year performing on many major European Festivals, which included France’s Hellfest Open Air, and today they are sharing with fans their full live set from that 45 min set, which includes tunes off their latest album “Get Your Dose Now!” released this past April.

Mihai Tivadar (keyboards, guitars, main composer) adds:

“As I live in France and I already participated as a spectator in 2019, playing at Hellfest was a dream coming true. Even if the wait was long (since we were confirmed for 2021) and the stress enormous (partially due to the technical problems of the monitor system at the start of the show), being on the Hellfest stage will remain an unforgettable life experience. It was an enormous pleasure to see the Temple filled to capacity, even before going on stage, and still a few thousand people in front of the tent, watching the show on screens. Now I hope to have the chance to return perhaps one day to this exceptional festival, but until then, I am impatient to meet the French public at our next show in France, in December this year and in March 2023.”

Dirty Shirt will also be hitting the road​ in November, December, and March for tour dates in France, Poland, and Romania (dates listed below).

Dirty Shirt‘s sixth album “Get Your Dose Now!” is a shorter nine-track album, with a little more than 30 minutes, but Dirty Shirtmaintains that the listening experience will be very intense, as they combine many influences, and the songs change constantly with complex orchestrations. It was produced by Mihai Tivadar, mixed and mastered by Adrian Bila Uritescu and the album artwork was done by Lia Cucuianu.

Dirty Shirt brings a truly unique live experience, huge energy, huge emotions, and fun, with a scaling lineup based on the performance, which adds a lot of authenticity and a great live sound. The band will continue their European tour in support of “Get Your Dose Now!” with shows in Romania, France, Belgium, and Poland (dates to be announced soon).

Recommended for anyone looking for something interesting and lively, Dirty Shirt is for fans of Twelve Foot Ninja, Dubioza Kolektiv, and Eluveitie.

The album “Get Your Dose Now!” is available on all digital platforms at https://smarturl.it/getyourdose

Music Video – “Dope-A-Min” – https://youtu.be/2933ZXOPHH0

Music Video – “Hot for Summer” – https://youtu.be/opWRDfHWV6Q

Tour Dates: 
Nov 30 – LILLE (FR) – La Brat Cave 
Dec 1 – BRUXELLES (BE) – Magasin 4 
Dec 2 – PARIS (FR) – Glazart 
Dec 9 – WARSAW (POL) – Progresja (w/Łydka Grubasa) 
Dec 10 – OLSZTYN (POL) – Ceic Aula (w/Łydka Grubasa) 
Dec 28 – BAIA MARE (RO) – Mos Craciun e Rocker
Dec 29 – SIGHET (RO) – Mos Craciun e Rocker 
Mar 21 – LES 2 ALPES (FR) – Snow Fest
Mar 22 – CHAMBERY (FR) – Brin de Zinc 
Mar 23 – GRENOBLE (FR) – L’Ampérage
Mar 25 – MARSEILLE (FR) – Le Molotov 
Mar 27 – VAL THORENS (FR) – Snow Fest 
July 21 – BECLEAN (RO) – Festivalul Celtic Transilvania

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Dirty Shirt is a top Romanian crossover folkcore metal band, winner of second place at the international final of Wacken Metal Battle 2014 and of several awards at Metalhead Awards and Maximum Rock Awards. The band’s unique style derives from mixing the heavy sound of modern rock/metal with the festive ambiance of East-European traditional music, the eclecticism of world music (country, reggae, and tribal rhythms), the electro sound of industrial music, the energy of hardcore, and the groove of funk. It’s not surprising to find great appreciation for Dirty Shirt albums in hundreds of reviews all over the world, including in well-respected magazines such as Metal Hammer (DE, HU), Rock Hard – (DE, FR, SLK), Metalsucks – USA, Hard Rock Mag – FR, Terrorizer – UK, etc.