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Texas Hippie Coalition release video for ‘Hell Hounds

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Heavy southern rock band Texas Hippie Coalition have unveiled the video for their new single ‘Hell Hounds’, taken from their seventh studio album, The Name Lives On, on 21st April 2023 via MNRK Heavy.

Watch the video to ‘Hell Hounds’ below.

Stream ‘Hell Hounds’ here: https://texashippiecoalition.ffm.to/hellhounds

The Name Lives On is now available to pre-order / pre-save here: https://texashippiecoalition.ffm.to/thenameliveson

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!!!” 

Texas Hippie Coalition are often compared to the many great southern rock and Texas bands that came before them.  But they are proving to the world that THC is not just following in their footsteps, they are leaving giant footprints.  Not only is the band etching out a place for themselves in the multi-genre fields of music, but they have also created their own genre in ‘Red Dirt Metal’. You have to hear it to understand it. Words are not enough to convey how powerfully big their sound is.


01 Hell Hounds
02 I Come From The Dirt    
03 Built For The Road    
04 Scream    
05 Hard Habit    
06 Believe    
07 License To Kill    
08 Keep My Name Out Of Your Mouth    
09 I Teach Angels How To Fly    
10 The Name Lives On

Texas Hippie Coalition are:

 Big Dad Ritch – Vocals
 Cord Pool – Guitar
 Nevada Romo – Guitar
 Rado Romo – Bass Guitar
 Joey Mandigo – Drums

Texas Hippie Coalition online:

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