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Texas Hippie Coalition release a music video for new single »Hell Hounds«; new album »The Name Lives On« out April 21st via MNRK Heavy

US southern rock outlaws Texas Hippie Coalition have released a music video for their new single »Hell Hounds«.

THC frontman Big Dad Ritch commented: “Where there once was an appetite for this style of music, I witnessed a hunger grow and now I see the lovers of real music starving for it. The name lives on is an album that is a dinner bell ringer… I was sent to ring that bell!!!”

»Hell Hounds« ist the first single and opening track taken from the band’s upcoming new album, »The Name Lives On«, set to release on April 21st, 2023 via MNRK Heavy.

Stream »Hell Hounds« now:

Pre-save »The Name Lives On«:

Backyard barbeques, barroom brawls, tent revivals, and big rock festivals alike are suitable environments for the Red Dirt Metal of Texas Hippie Coalition, a band with a sound so devilishly electrifying that they had to come up with a new genre to describe it.

Big Dad Ritch captains this pirate ship of bikers, outlaws, troubadours, and hellraisers, welcoming all comers to the THC party with gregarious charisma and Southern charm. Across a half dozen albums, countless club gigs, and show stealing performances at Rockstar Mayhem, THC has spread the good word of big riffs, big hooks, and wild times.

Photo by Colt Coan

»High In The Saddle« (2019) is a record full of unashamed, full-throttle ass kicking. It’s the band’s second pairing with producer Bob Marlette (Black Stone Cherry, Rob Zombie) and sixth album over all, on the heels of the No. 2 Billboard Heatseekers slab, »Dark Side Of Black« (2016).

Rock/metal tastemaker described THC’s “nonstop gritty, grooving, and downright party rock” as “sounding like the bastard that spawned from a threesome between Monster Magnet, Willie Nelson, and Pantera.” Guitarists Cord Pool and Nevada Romo, bassist Rado Romo, and drummer Devon Carothers build songs with traditional blue-collar and red-blooded American craftsmanship, skillfully transforming Big Dad Ritch’s tales of recklessness and revelry into anthems for the Red Dirt Metal lifestyle.

Texas Hippie Coalition is:
Big Dad Ritch – Vocals
Cord Pool – Guitar
Nevada Romo – Guitair
Rado Romo – Bass
Joey Mandigo – Drums

Bojan Bidovc // music enthusiast, promoter, misanthrop and sometimes a journalist as well

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