Dublin Death Patrol’s New Album Death Sentence Lands at #1 on the CMJ Most Added Chart in the First Week

Dublin Death Patrol

Heavy metal super-group DUBLIN DEATH PATROL is pleased to announce that their new release, Death Sentence, has landed at the #1 spot on the Most Added Chart at CMJ (College Music Journal). Fans of DUBLIN DEATH PATROL have been clamouring to hear new music from some of heavy metal’s most respected veterans and the numbers reflect the demand!

DUBLIN DEATH PATROL released their new album Death Sentence with Mascot Records yesterday. Additionally, the band re-issued their previously self-released full-length album DDP4Life. Earlier this week, MetalInsider.net posted a track cut from Death Sentence, which can be streamed now at this location.

The collaboration of longtime friends and members of  the DUBLIN DEATH PATROL started in 1980, and eventually led to Testament vocalist Chuck Billy teaming up with fellow Dublin California ragers Willy Lange (Rampage, Laaz Rockit), Steve ZETRO Souza (original Testament vocalist/Exodus vocalist) and three of the Billy Brothers as well as some other local Dublin boys. After six months of writing, arranging and restructuring new and old songs from several years of performing together, the guys went into the studio in 2005 to record the first DUBLIN DEATH PATROL album, DDP4Life, through strains and pains with Vinnie Wojno. In 2011, DUBLIN DEATH PATROL went back into the studio with the same team to record their crushing second album, Death Sentence.

DUBLIN DEATH PATROL is:

Chuck Billy – Lead Vocals

Steve Souza – Lead Vocals

Willy Lange – Bass

Andy Billy – Rhythm/lead guitar

Steve Robello – Lead/ Rhythm Guitar

Greg Bustamante – Rhythm Guitar

Danny Cunningham -Drums

Troy Luccketta – Drums

John Hartsinck – Lead Guitar

John Souza – Bass

Eddie Billy – Bass

 

For more information on DUBLIN DEATH PATROL, please visit these websites:

www.dublindeathpatrol.com

www.facebook.com/dublindeathpatrol

www.twitter.com/ddpband

www.myspace.com/dublindeathpatrol