Pittsburgh’s ‘The Black Six’ Come Up with “Dirt & Bones”

American rock band, The Black Six, are about to release their first full-length debut album, “Dirt & Bones.”  They’ll kick things off with a record release show mid summer (self-release imid-Julyly) and spend the next two months on and off the road promoting the album.

Check out “God Save The Queen” here

The Black Six are a gritty rock group featuring Camden Leeds (guitar/vocals), Clark Johnson (guitar/vocals), Noland Jenkins (Bass), and Matt Gray (drums). The American band formed in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in 2010, (originally called Of An Empire) and recorded a handful of buzz-worthy demos between 2010 and 2014, which resulted in a self-titled full-length debut album at the end of 2014.  The first material from the next album, mastered by Paul Logus, appears in the form of the riff-based single, “God Save the Queen.” Dirt & Bones, the accompanying full-length, is slated to release in July of 2016.


06/26 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Vine Rewind

07/09 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Deutschtown Music Festival