The foot-stomping hellfire roots of Reverend Horton Heat’s rock ‘n’ roll stylings are louder than ever with “Whole New Life,” the brand new album available worldwide today. The band also delivers the second video in the form of the sexy and sultry ‘Hog Tyin’ Woman.’ As the album hits shelves, the Texas rebels have traveled thousands of miles, playing 13 countries in front of over one million people since the release of 2014’s Rev. Watch the band perform ‘Hog Tyin’ Woman’ on the NBC thriller Midnight, Texas on December 7.
“It’s the most positive album I’ve ever done, admits ringleader Jim ‘Reverend’ Heath. “Some of my stuff in the past was dark, maybe too dark. I guess I’m not the awful vindictive jerk I thought I was!”
Recording the album in their hometown of Dallas, Heath says that “Creating Whole New Life brought out something more positive in my storytelling and guitar playing. I also saw a vocal coach to reach notes unheard to the average fan. It’s got some Southern feel to it, a bit of gruff and a crooning style to it. Write what you know, that’s what they tell ya in school, right?”