Vintage Video: Hinder's Austin Winkler On 'November Rain'
Hinder frontman Austin Winkler curates the first clip in a new feature we're calling "Vintage Video." The rocker's choice? Guns N' Roses' epic ballad.
Carrying the hard rock torch into a new decade, Oklahoma's Hinder is back with its third album, All American Nightmare (out December 7). No strangers to the pressures of a follow-up -- the band's debut, 2005's Extreme Behavior, was a surprise hit, selling over three million copies -- frontman Austin Winkler says the title refers in part to the state of the music industry. "Nobody's buying records anymore and something like 92% of kids these days listen to the bullshit shoved their throats," he tells THR. "It's a fad -- it's simple music, nursery rhyme shit, all electronic so you can pump it out faster. Hopefully, it will die and rock will prevail again."
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