Hank3 announces three new albums and tour coming this September

July 26, 2011

Hank3, formerly known as Hank Williams III
The artist formerly known as Hank Williams III is now branding himself as Hank3, and under this new shortened moniker is set to release three new albums on 6 September. Hank is known for dipping his fingers into many musical pies, but will take his genre-spanning proclivity to a new level with the release of the double-country album Ghost to a Ghost/Guttertown, the doom-rock Attention Deficient Domination, and the speed metal Cattle Callin. All three albums will be out on the newly launched Hank3 Records.

“I’ve been off the road for awhile, and I’m looking’ at two years of bein’ full-on dedicated to goin’ out there and doin’ what we do. That’s one of the reasons I wanted to release all of these albums at the same time, so I could just focus back on the touring again. This is gonna be a little different for the fans who have been used to seein’ Assjack for the last 10 years; Assjack was almost fast hardcore, and ADD is slow, Melvins, sleep-oriented doom rock.  So it’s gonna be a lot different to see and feel, compared to what most people are used to seein’ me do live.” – Hank3

The three new albums follow the 2010 release of Rebel Within.

In support of the new albums, Hank3 will tour across the USA this September, into October. Full dates below:

5      The Masquerade, Atlanta, GA
7      House of Blues, New Orleans, LA
8      Scout Bar, Houston, TX
9-10  The Rail Club, Ft. Worth, TX
12      House of Rock, Corpus Christi, TX
13      Emo’s, Austin, TX
15      Backstage Live, San Antonio, TX
16      Trees, Dallas, TX
17      Sunshine Theatre, Albuquerque, NM
19      Marquee Theatre, Tempe, AZ
20     The Catalyst, Santa Cruz, CA
21      House of Blues, San Diego, CA
23      The Roxy, Los Angeles, CA
24      Regency Ballroom, San Francisco, CA
25      Knitting Factory, Reno, NV
29      The Domino Room at Midtown, Bend, OR
30      Roseland Theatre, Portland, OR

1      Knitting Factory, Spokane, WA
3      Showbox At The Market, Seattle, WA
4      Wilma Theatre, Missoula, MT
6      Ogden Theatre, Denver, CO

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