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Album Review

Has it really been five years since Dixie Witch's third album, Smoke and Mirrors, whupped a donkey's ass with an electrifying jolt of down-and-dirty, heavy Southern rock? Where the hell has the time gone? Well, wherever it went, it was put to very good use by the hard-living and hard-touring power trio, ‘cause their fourth trip into the studio, 2011's Let It Roll, took them to a whole new level of power and maturity. That's right, Dixie Witch really are all "growned" up now, but they're hardly sailing topographic oceans; they're just going about their blue-collar business with much more confidence and guile than ever before. Perhaps the 2009 addition of new guitarist Joshua "JT" Todd Smith had something to do with this turn of events, given the mostly killer, no-filler songwriting on hand, but singing drummer Trinidad Leal also clearly stepped up his game, his soulful howls commanding center stage with authority. Hear him growl his best on the title cut, "Sevens," "Second Chance," and others, then lay back when it suits the likes of "Boogie Man" and "Saving Grace," but it's the overall sonic variety that will likely turn the most heads. "Red Song" and "December" may be two of the band's most viciously memorable statements ever; "Anthem" sees them knocking back shots at the intersection between Grand Funk and Monster Magnet; and both the laid-back "The High Deal" and "Automatic Lady" mine classic Southern rock vibes reminiscent of Blackfoot. Ultimately, it seems Dixie Witch have finally mastered the art of bridging ancient classic rock influences with present-day vitality for maximum results, achieving a level of roughshod rocking, barroom brawling, beer-swigging, bottle-breaking-over-skull accomplishment with Let It Roll that most pundits honestly never saw in them. Good on them.

Customer Reviews

Great Record !!

David Lee Roth sounds awesome . Better than ever !!

This albumn rocks

I bought this because of the great review it recieved in Vintage guiter magazine. It lives up to the great review it recieved. This is one rocking albumn. I LOVE EVERY SONG ON IT. YOU WANNA LISTEN TO IT AGAIN AND AGAIN. I hope these guys do a show sometime in the FT. Worth area. I would love to see them live.

THE WITCH RIDES AGAIN

THIS IS PROLLY DA BEST PURE BEHIND KICKIN' ROCK RECORD THIS YEAR....FROM ANY LABEL...WE CAN ALWAYS COUNT ON SOME GREAT ROCKIN' SHIZZLE FROM SMALLSTONE

Biography

Formed: 1999 in Denton, TX

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Drawing deep from the well of Southern rock and hard rock in general, Dixie Witch is, fittingly, from Denton, Texas. Trinidad Leal (drums and vocals), Clayton Mills (guitar), and Curt Christensen (bass) have been playing together since 1999. The trio's first record, Into the Sun, was produced by the band for Texas-based Brainticket Records and released in the summer of 2001. After extensive touring, including a stint supporting fellow heavy rockers Alabama Thunder Pussy, Dixie Witch signed with Detroit's...
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Let It Roll, Dixie Witch
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  • $11.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: Sep 02, 2011

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