If their bio is to be believed, the inspiration behind the bluegrass band Hayseed Dixie’s sound came when, in a flea-bitten Appalachian town, they happened upon a strange car that had been wrapped around an old oak tree. In the backseat, they allegedly found a box of unscathed AC/DC records, and just like that, a new genre was born: rockgrass. The band’s first album, comprised exclusively of AC/DC covers, was meant to be a one-off spoof. But when the element of indecency was added to otherwise harmless genre of bluegrass, heads were understandably turned. Between their humorous delivery and undeniable mastery of the fret board, that record was a huge success. So now, six records into their career, they give us A Hot Piece Of Grass, which, along with a few originals, includes their take on Sabbath’s ‘War Pigs’, Motorhead’s ‘Ace of Spades’ and Green Day’s ‘Holiday’. With their impressive genre bending, you’ve got to think they could reach a few different demographics with this record. Because who doesn’t need a bluegrass rendition of ‘Runnin’ With the Devil’ in their collection? If you say you don’t, we can’t be friends.