Moonshine Bandits Ignite A Rebellion With Their Bad Ass New ‘HellRazor’ Video

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Known for their backwoods bravado and keg-thumping beats, these two musicians have always blended the lines of country and rap in a way that draws large crowds – and the attention of icons like David Allan Coe, and this new release is no different. 

Tex and Bird, collectively known as the Moonshine Bandits, have been churning out songs that embody their message since the early 2000s and have made a killer return with their new video for “I’m a HellRazor”. 

Taken straight from their newest album, Baptized In Bourbon, this uniquely talented duo reveal their hell-raising ways and how they got there in this new music video – all while igniting a rebellious dance party inside a biker bar. 

All-in-all this genre-blending track pulls in southern rock, country, and rap themes making for a hard rocking and amped-up tune that will surely get your boots stomping! 

Working on this track, Tex and Bird withdrew to an isolated cabin studio way out in Washington state – a place where they developed the concept for an entire themed album that tells a story. This song is just one part of that story with others like “Cards I Was Dealt” and “The Sermon” telling very different parts of it, too. 

Check out Moonshine Bandits’ brand new hell-raising video for “I’m A HellRazor” below and head on over here to pick up your own copy of their new album, Baptized In Bourbon

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