March 3 — Texas Hippie Coalition is set to return with its latest album this spring.
The southern hard rock outfit is scheduled to release its new album, The Name Lives On April 21 through MNRK Heavy. The record will be the band’s seventh album and will come more than three years after the release of its then latest album, High in the Saddle.
In anticipation of the record’s release, the band premiered the album’s lead single, ‘Hell Hounds‘ Friday. The song’s musical arrangement is everything that audiences have come to expect from the band right down to its heavy Pantera-esque guitar line, gritty vocal delivery style and rich bass line. Once again the comparisons are easy not only to Pantera, but also to the likes of Black Label Society, Vermilion Whiskey, and others of that ilk.
No information was provided about the song’s lyrical theme in the news release announcing the song’s premiere. In listening to the song, the theme is inferred to be a bravado-filled statement about people who wrong others getting what is coming to them.. In this case, getting what they deserve means powerful beasts coming to get those wrong-doers.
More information on Texas Hippie Coalition’s new single and album is available along with all of the band’s latest news at: