Halfacre Gunroom formed in spring of 2002 with the idea to fuse the country songwriting of Byran Hartley with the driving punk-rock basslines of Christopher Cary. Together they shared a vision and the two musicians worked to make it happen.
"Wrecked" is an album carved from the pain and confusion that only love can bestow. The album was recorded at Easley-McCain with the help of engineer Doug Easley (White Stripes) who carefully guided the recording process to success. Highly personal, yet uniquely comforting it its honesty, passion and genuine humility. "Wrecked" proves that artistic beauty can come from real emotional anguish. The album is a true alt-country masterpiece.