On one side, there are the credentials that mark Daughn Gibson as a country musician — the slightly twanged baritone, the smoky barrooms and long roads that appear in his lyrics, and the years spent working as a trucker before recording his first album. On the other are credentials that mark Gibson as anything but country — the heavy metal past, the rhythmic speak-singing, the programmed beats, effects, and samples. "I love country, rap, and techno, and I pull a lot from those three genres. If I tell people that, usually they run away, but it's the most honest answer I can give," Gibson says. "They're strange bedfellows, but they have a lot of similarities and it's the challenge of making them... More >>>