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Album art by Steve Wameling: http://www.wamelingarts.com/

 

Killing Time. From the self-titled debut EP, A Dying Breed:

 

 

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Album art by Steve Wameling

 

Across the Plains, from the new album, Under a Burning Sky:

 

 

 

Doug Michael jamming slow blues in a minor:

Backing track by BackingTracksMusic Guitar used: Fender American Special Stratocaster.

 

Doug Michael Jamming Iron Maiden style metal in e minor:

Backing track byDanny Page Guitar used: Fender American Special Stratocaster.

 

A Dying Breed interviewed on My Garage Bar podcast: http://mygaragebar.com/keeping-local-dying-breed-interview-recorded-12-24-17/

 

Doug jamming rock ballad in e minor:

Backing track by Paul Davids Guitar used: Fender American Special Stratocaster.

 

Louder than Hell TV, featuring Tim Gains, Joey Knight, Greg Brewster&Brown Sugar:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTguNz4HLLi9srBajreCWow

 

I appreciate the people who take the time to make those cool backing tracks! It’s so much fun ripping lead guitar to them!

 

Hard rock/blues in b minor:

Backing track bymasanoriutsumi. Guitar used: Fender American Special Stratocaster.

 

80s rock ballad style in d minor:

Backing track by E. Guitar used: Fender American Special Stratocaster.

 

Psychedelic blues in b minor:

Backing track by BackingTracksMusic. Guitar: Fender American Special Stratocaster.

 

I’ve always been a metal head. Shred ’till death! I got my first high quality Stratocaster in 2016 and decided to explore other styles on the guitar, mainly blues. It’s been very challenging, slowing down and trying to play with more feel as opposed to just ripping and playing fast. I’ve been trying to find a happy balance between shredding and trying to make the guitar sing and cry. I think all blues players should learn metal and all metal players should learn blues. Strange bedfellows perhaps but damn, they mesh well!