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I Hear Metal Everywhere

I can tell you exactly when my love of music began. It was the fall of 1987 and my friend, Nathan, had brought over a new cassette that he promised would blow my mind. It took somewhere around five seconds, but from the first time I heard Axl Rose's air-raid-siren scream that opens Guns N Roses' "Welcome To The Jungle," I knew I was to be a metalhead for life.

Shortly after that, nearly every penny I could spare went toward the latest works by the likes of Metallica, Anthrax, Megadeth and their ilk. Then, as college and the Grunge Era hit simultaneously, I found my musical tastes expanding into alt-rock ranging from the likes of Nirvana and Alice In Chains to the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Primus. In my junior year of college, I discovered the Beatles, with their total disregard for genre limitations. More...

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Hank3 Streaming Two Songs From "3 Bar Ranch"

Two new tracks from Hank Williams III's new album "3 Bar Ranch Cattle Callin'" are now available to stream online. Blurring the boundaries between thrash metal, noise rock and country, Hank3's new record creates a brand new genre of music.

Despite previously venturing into metal through Superjoint Ritual, Assjack, and Arson Anthem, Hank's new entry into avant garde metal is unlike anything that the world has ever heard before. Featuring actual cattle auctioneers Tim Dowler and Mitch Jordan performing vocals on the album, "3 Bar Ranch" manages to innovate in a stagnant genre of music.

Check out "Branded" and "Black Cow" by heading over to the Deciblog here.

"3 Bar Ranch" is set to be released on September 6th, 2011 on Hank Williams III's own Hank3 Records.

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