If you want a moving mix of punk and the metal “Hair Bands” that rocked the 80’s, you want D.O.R.K.
Few bands have rocked into Denver’s music scene as quickly, with as much vengeance. The band dazzles young audiences, books virtually all gigs they pitch, and are asked back, time and again. At one prominent Denver club, they played their first show on a Sunday, then headlined on Friday of the very same week.
Take a bit of The Ramones, then combine it with some Metallica, Greenday, Operation Ivy, Motley Crue, Skid Row, Beatles, and even a little Celine Dion. Once you get over your schizophrenia, you’ll find your D.O.R.K.
The band credits the depth of their music to a friend who recently died way too young in a car accident. Refusing to let his music die with him, the legacy he left inspires them to give it their all, and work (and play) without surrender.
Still in its infancy, the band’s first CD release is Rock Out with your Cock Out. Original song Different is featured on the Snowboard, Wakeboard, Skateboard CD for Apathy Apparel.
Playing for all-age shows, D.O.R.K. is loved by youngsters and “cool old people.” D.O.R.K aims to "make music, have fun, and make people laugh even