"Bridges Burned" Receives Album of the Month Award
With an outlaw blend of kick-ass southern rock with a touch of a country rock flare, DoubleWide Debris, a well-known rock act from Southern Illinois is setting out to put themselves on the map of successful regional rock acts.
With the widely successful release of their debut full length album “Seven Days to Someday” produced by DWD and recorded, engineered, and co-produced by Dana Anthis, of Anthis Productions, firmly under their belt, the band has recently completed their sophomore effort "Bridges Burned"; a new project close to their hearts and of course their souls.
The new release will be accompanied by a professional music video featuring a track from the upcoming album called “Stuck in this Truck”. A preliminary review of the album has garnered the Best Americana Album for April 2013 from the Akademia Music Awards. Their panel of judges commented: "DoubleWide Debris delivers a roots rock joyride that is anchored by solid rhythms, ripping guitar riffs and Traci's distinctive no-nonsense vocals."
The new record is earmarked to hit the streets sometime in late May or early June of this year. The release date will be announced in the music media by the label, “Big Red Truck Records” once the firm street date has been confirmed. The link to Akademia is here: