Trucker Diablo, whose debut album on Ripple Music has been critically acclaimed by media and musicians alike including Ricky Warwick of Thin Lizzy, Joe Elliot of Def Leppard and Cormac Neeson of The Answer, have been added to the main stage bill for SOS Festival in Manchester on 21 July headlined by Tygers of Pan Tang.
The following day, 22 July, Trucker Diablo headline Billing Bikefest at Billing Aquadome. Yesterday Australia got a big taste of the Big Truck when Drink Beer, Destroy debuted on MTV's Headbangers Ball down under.
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In the past few months Trucker Diablo have played Hammerfest, Twitrfest and opened some sold out shows for Black Stone Cherry in Ireland. They also closed out one of the nights at the December Sessions Festival in The O2 in London.
The band's debut album, 'The Devil Rhythm', has been released worldwide on US label Ripple Music.
The video for their current single, 'Voodoo', hit 10,000 views on Youtube within three days, and like the previous single, 'Drink
Beer, Destroy', has been picked up by Kerrang TV and Radio in the UK. The video was also featured by Classic Rock Magazine on their Facebook page, and was Pure Rawk's Video of the Day.
'Drink Beer, Destroy' is also available to download and play on Rock Band on Xbox.
The 'Voodoo' video, produced by Gedzilla Films, the company behind I Am Fighter and Barry The Blender amongst others, can be viewed below.
Ricky Warwick – Thin Lizzy
"One of the best new bands from Northern Ireland!!"
Cormac Nesson – The Answer
"Great album guys. Refreshingly honest Northern Irish rock n roll."
Joe Elliot - Def Leppard
"Absolutely Rockin stuff."