Hank III Rounds Up Double-Disc Set

Shelton Hank Williams III, aka Hank III, has set a Feb. 28 release date for his newest effort, "Straight to Hell."

Shelton Hank Williams III, aka Hank III, has set a Feb. 28 release date for his newest effort, "Straight to Hell." The double-disc Curb release, produced by the Nashville native himself, consists of 13 total tracks total. The second disc features one continuous track, dubbed "Louisiana Stripes," with a variety of songs.

"Straight to Hell" also finds the rowdy rocker covering one of his famous grandfather's tunes, as he puts his own spin on "I Could Never Be Ashamed of You."

Williams will be on the road extensively this year but for now his only confirmed appearance is at the South by Southwest Festival in March in Austin, Texas.

"Straight to Hell" is the artist's first effort since 2002's "Lovesick, Broke & Driftin,'" which peaked at No. 4 on Billboard's Heatseekers chart.

Here is the track list for "Straight to Hell":

Disc one:
"Satan Is Real / Straight to Hell"
"Thrown Out of the Bar"
"Things You Do to Me"
"Country Heroes"
"D. Ray White"
"Low Down"
"Pills I Took"
"Smoke & Wine"
"Dick in Dixie"
"Not Everybody Likes Us"
"Angel of Sin"

Disc two:
"Louisiana Stripes"