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Hinder released its fourth album, titled Welcome To The Freakshow, on Tuesday (December 4th) and singer Austin Winkler told us that the disc has a little of everything the fans have come to expect: "We've always had those big rock and then we've always had like, you know, a ballad here and there, and then like, you know, tongue-in-cheek songs and, you know, I think this album's really diverse. I think it's gonna surprise a lot of people."
Winkler told Billboard recently that a "really dark drug binge" fueled much of his songwriting on the new record.
The singer entered rehab as soon as the record was finished. The album follows 2010's All American Nightmare.
The first single is called "Save Me" and touches on Winkler's struggle.
Hinder is on tour through December 16th and plays in Battle Creek, Michigan on Wednesday night (December 5th).