Southern Gothic cowpunk outfit Bourbon Crow – the booze-soaked offspring of horror-rocker Wednesday 13, and creators of classic tunes like Suck My Dixie and Alcohol is Awesome – have recently posted a couple of new tracks on their official MySpace, both of which are from the band's upcoming album Long Way to the Bottom, coming to your neck o' the woods next month. Click on through and find out what this swaggering hillbilly monster is up to now!
The album's title track, as well as the song These Southern Times, are both available for streaming, and there's a new video for the latter coming soon, scheduled to go live in time for the launch of the album's May promotional tour. As for the video's content, the band will only say it involves “ bonfires, machine guns, dynamite and good friends.”
Long Way to the Bottom was recorded by Wednesday 13 and his original bassist Rayen Belchere at Hooverama Studio in Charlotte, NC – the same studio where Wednesday 13 and his original band Frankenstein Drag Queens recorded a dozen previous albums. The band documented their recording sessions on video, and have suggested that they might include the footage as bonus material along with the 10-track CD.
Haul yer drunk ass to the Bourbon Crow MySpace to hear the new tracks and check for tour updates.