The tour bus carrying Oklahoma City rockers HINDER was involved is a crash on Wednesday, November 18 en route to the band's next show. HINDER bassist Mike Rodden and the band's lighting guy, Clint, both suffered broken ribs in the incident, which happened outside Cookeville, Tennessee. In addition, HINDER's bus driver, Dave, was transferred to a hospital in Nashville where he underwent surgery.
Dave's service dog named Cuzco, a 45-pound Australian Shepherd, briefly went missing after the accident but was eventually found.
HINDER's new full-length album, "When The Smoke Clears", was released in May. The CD features the band's new lead singer Marshal Dutton, who also happens to be the co-producer on several of their records.
Dutton previously sang for HINDER on some tour dates during original frontman Austin Winkler's hiatus from the band in 2012.
After Winkler left for good in November 2013, the band recruited Nolan Neal to take his place. A single, "Hit The Ground", was released last year with Neal on vocals.
HINDER made its debut in 2005 with the album "Extreme Behavior", which yielded the Top 10 smash "Lips Of An Angel".
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