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Goddamn Draculas unearth lost demos to raise money for coronavirus relief aid

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Six years ago last month, Goddamn Draculas won the 2014 Rock and Roll Rumble, and the city was a very different place. The Boston rock band –armed to the bloody teeth with an abundance of hooks n’ grit — captured the crown at the since-closed T.T. The Bear’s Place in Cambridge, during a time when people were actually allowed outside and to congregate in rock clubs. What a world.

Today (May 6), the Drax take us back to those days with a new six-track release of some forgotten tunes, dubbed The Memory Demos, all to raise money for those affected by the coronavirus pandemic.

 
 

“Here’s 6 unreleased Goddamn Draculas demos that we kind of forgot about for a minute,” says singer/guitarist Chris Duggan. “Give a them a listen. If you like these jams and decide to purchase the album please know that 100% of the loot collected is going to friends and family’s effected by that a-hole, Covid-19.”

Fire it up below, and revisit Goddamn Draculas’ blistering self-titled 2015 album in case you slept like an idiot a half-decade ago.