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Thursday, December 15, 2016

Scott H. Biram: new album + song premiere via Rolling Stone Country

Scott H. Biram announces new album and premieres song via Rolling Stone Country

Credit: Nate Burrell


Scott H. Biram will release a new album, entitled The Bad Testament, on February 24. This will be his 10th album overall and 6th with Bloodshot Records, his first since 2014's Nothin' But Blood. The Bad Testament lands somewhere west of the Old Testament and south of the AA handbook, straddling the chasm between sin and redemption. It’s a record of hard-grinding lost love, blues and deep, dark Americana.

Rolling Stone Country announced the release this morning, along with a premiere of a new song "Long Old Time", saying, "Biram evokes the haunted bluesmen and country singers of the past on the greasy blues number, singing as a man out of options and trapped by his bad decisions."

The Ameripolitan Award-nominated, Austin-based Dirty Old One Man Band will be on the road relentlessly touring in support of The Bad Testament in 2017, of which a few dates are listed below. His tour date page will announce an extended mid-March through mid-April tour run into the western U.S. in the coming weeks.

Current dates:
1/26 - Lafayette, LA @ Blue Moon Saloon
1/27 - New Orleans, LA @ Siberia
1/28 - Beaumont, TX @ The Gig
2/16 - San Antonio, TX @ Sam’s Burger Joint
2/26 - The Outlaw Country Cruise

The Bad Testament track listing:

1. Set Me Free
2. Still Around
3. Red Wine
4. TrainWrecker
5. Long Old Time
6. Swift Driftin'
7. Righteous Ways
8. Crippled & Crazy
9. Feel So Wrong
10. True Religion

Bonus tracks: (Lost On The River) EP
11. Hit The River
12. Pressin' On
13. What Doesn't Kill You...

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