Lee Bains III & the Glory Fires new album is a sure fire winner. Their new album “Dereconstructed” has a sound that brings listeners back to the days of early Lynyrd Skynyrd and the heyday of Southern rock was giving fans hit after hit. The quartet from Alabama brings rocking guitars, a driving drum beat and great vocals on ten hard hitting songs that make you wish there were ten more songs on the album. From the opening licks of ‘Company Man’ you know you’re in for a good time and a decent change from what is being played on radio in 2014. 'Burnpiles and Swimming Holes’ is a prime example of Southern rock with a modern twist and is a great example of the band’s music style. The raw, gritty, down home feel of the lyrics and music combine to make a record that hard rock, southern rock and even metal fans will enjoy. If you blended Skynyrd, some gravely Kid Rock vocals, a dash of Thin Lizzy and toss in some Clash you get the recipe for what this album sounds like and it will go down as one of the best rock albums of the year. The band really has a hit on their hands with this album and is well deserved of the praise it has gotten from fans and critics alike.
The band which consists of members Lee Bains lll on guitar and vocals, Eric Wallace on guitar, Adam Williamson on bass, and Blake Williamson on drums is touring to support the album and will be in Richmond, Virginia to play a show at the Strange Matter on July 22, 2014 so if you get the chance RVA go see them. For any and all information on Lee Bains III & the Glory Fires check out the bands website, Facebook page and Twitter page.