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Not My Name is Moose Wrench’ Single Out Now

Good Day Noir Family,
Moose Wrench’s rendition of “Not My Name” is an exhilarating and invigorating musical journey that showcases their distinct sound and undeniable talent.

Not My Name is Moose Wrench’ Single Out Now

The band’s direct and irreverent style is brilliantly captured in this cover, and what’s even more commendable is their ability to maintain the original track’s energy while adding their own unique flair to it.

From the very beginning, it’s evident that Moose Wrench possesses a high level of musical proficiency.

The tight interaction between the band members, particularly the drummer, is palpable.

The rhythmic intensity in a song like “Not My Name” is crucial, and Moose Wrench masterfully delivers, creating a strong connection between their instrumentation and the pulse of the song.

The vocalist’s performance is intense. Their ability to convey emotion and deliver the lyrics with raw passion adds depth and authenticity to the cover.

A standout element of Moose Wrench’s cover is the unexpected twist that occurs around the two-minute mark, where the song veers towards a more metal-oriented sound.

This shift injects a fresh burst of energy into the track, giving it a new dimension and keeping the listener on the edge of their seat. The transition is executed flawlessly, showcasing the band’s versatility and creative prowess.

The avalanche of energy that accompanies this change is exhilarating and infectious.

It’s as though Moose Wrench taps into an entirely different reservoir of intensity, drawing the listener in even further and creating a dynamic listening experience that leaves a lasting impression.

Not My Name is Moose Wrench’ Single Out Now!


Moose Wrench are a trio of lost souls from the dark places betwixt time and space that make an existential dad-bod alt-metal racket dealing with essential life issues like poor driving and man flue. Originally found wandering the Nevada desert having fled from a flock of flying monkeys, they have landed on their moose feet in Leeds to demonstrate their mid-life suffering so you don’t have to.

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