Marty Bohannon explains, “Our first single, “Dog Days”, is an ode to this tumultuous time we are living in. It seems things are constantly on the brink. We all have a good side and a bad side playing tug of war with our emotions. This is a reminder that the times will change and for the better. Don’t get lost out there and keep the fight in your heart.”
If you’re fixin’ for a generous helping of punk rock with a side of southern grit, better call Alabama collective, the Dexateens. Founded in Tuscaloosa in 1998, this self professed “rock ’n’ roll man’s rock ’n’ roll band” has released eight records in their near two decade run, and is getting set to put out a ninth.
Birmingham's AL rocknroll outfit, Vulture Whale recently announced a vinyl reissue of the band's first self-titled album, originally released in 2007. The album will be reissued on Cornelius Chapel Records and will be the first time the band's debut album will be available on vinyl format. Set to land in September of 2017. Stay tuned. Pre-sale will be available soon.