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Hank Williams, III comes from the strongest family lineage in country music imaginable. No one personifies the aching melodies and relentless demons of vintage country music more than his grandfather Hank Williams Sr. So when Hank III decides to rest his death-metal interests with Assjack and investigate his country music roots, it’s with a chilling intensity that would make granddad proud. “Drinkin’ Ain’t Hard to Do” sounds like a natural extension of the honky-tonk lope of his ancestry, and his obsession with booze, women and mood-altering substances prove the apples sometimes fall directly underneath the tree. Whereas Hank Williams, Jr has opted for the occasionally rowdiness of the mainstream country lights, Hank III is virtually a purist. “Karmageddon” sounds like “Kaw-Liga” delivered as a death dirge. “Lost In Oklahoma,” “Lookin’ for a Mountain,” “Drinkin’ Over Momma” and “Gone But Not Forgotten” are among the finest pure country tunes available. And for fun, he turns up the tempo on “Tore Up and Loud.” It’s an admirable collection true to the family name.

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Curb Records vs. III

I'm not going to be as harsh as some of the previous reviewers were. If you're looking for "Straight to Hell", you will not find it in "Rebel Within". This album is a good beer drinkin' Country album, but it does not grab me as much as III's previous 4 albums. If there is one thing clear about "Rebel Within" it is that III had to put out this last album in order to break all ties with Curb Records who tried to stop the release of "Straight to Hell" due to it's content. I can't blame Hank for wanting to get the 5 albums done and out as fast as he could in order to go his separate ways with Mark Curb. "Rebel Within" will get you by until he puts out a 6th album on a different label and with more room for creativity. And if you do not think III is Country enough for you, then go ahead and play your Toby Keith "God Bless America" crap albums and leave us be.

Another Classic

Hank III shines again with this one. As far as I am concerned this album illustrates the direction country music should be going in. This album is a must buy!

Not fixin' what ain't broke...

Hank 3. He began this drunken, brash outlaw style of song writing and playing that seems to come easy out of his being. He just keeps delivering the same stuff. He uses the same words, the same attitude, and the same professional performance of Honky Tonk Blues and Hillbilly Hellraising. Thank goodness. Because no one else out there can match him. There are more songs of a slower nature here, though. Karmameggedon is nice soft touch. A mellow, dark side of Hank 3. Still wicked. Still strong. Just a deeper, moody Hank.


Born: December 12, 1972 in Nashville, TN

Genre: Country

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

As the grandson of Hank Williams and the son of Hank Jr., Hank Williams III was country music royalty before he ever sang a note. But he didn't immediately follow his forebears musically, choosing instead to bang around the Southeast, playing drums in punk and hardcore combos and smoking prodigious amounts of weed before he began pursuing a career in country music. It was the outlaw spirit of his lineage, alive and unwell and floating in the bong water, and he earned a reputation as one of Nashville's...
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