Saving Abel’s new album, ‘Blood Stained Revolution,’ will arrive on the band’s own label, Tennessippi Whiskey Records
Saving Abel have a new lead singer, Scotty Austin, and now, they’re getting ready to release their first album featuring Austin on vocals. That new collection, “Blood Stained Revolution,” will arrive Nov. 11, and it’s the first on the band’s own label, Tennessippi Whiskey Records.
“Losing or replacing a frontman is nothing a band wants to do,” guitarist Jason Null said in a statement. “Scotty’s attitude and enthusiasm and belief in us, along with…Steven…has enabled us to make a change but stay the same. We are all enjoying our fans, travels and music, and for once, this feels like a true brotherhood.”
“Blood Stained Revolution” will arrive on Nov. 11 since that’s also Veteran’s Day, and the band wants to honor the U.S. troops. Saving Abel are known for supporting the troops, and past songs such as “18 Days” and “Miss America” have been dedicated to those in the military.
Pre-orders for “Blood Stained Revolution” are currently being taken via the PledgeMusic website. The album’s title track and single is currently available via iTunes.
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