marks the return of street metal rockers Gehennah. The world will be able to
witness this loaded ear explosion February 12th, 2016 on Metal Blade
Records. This will be their first full-length album since the release of their
1997 massacre Decibel Rebel. Be ready to hear 13 songs of intoxicating sonic
stories that displays anti-establishment themes, drinking anthems, with gritty,
monster riffs on guitar, Hellcop slaughtering every beat of the drums and
Charley Knuckleduster thrashing the bassline the buzz of this rambunctious band
out of Sweden made an eminent debut on the scene in 1992. They were heavily
influenced by the sounds of Venom, Bathory and Motorhead. Gehennah loyal
following began to grow with each project.
Their discography is blazing with classics such as Hardrocker (1995), King
of the Sidewalk (1996) and Decibel Rebel (1997). Thereafter they continued to
drop numerous 7” singles, leaving fans gasping for more.
presenting their forthcoming album Too Loud To Live, Too Drunk
To Die (recorded at Studio Cobra in Stockholm, Sweden and produced by Martin
Eherencrona). You can now get your
pre-order in at metalblade.com/gehennah. In addition, you can check out their music video for the album’s title track below! Gehennah comes in musical chaos; bearing
heaviness amidst their official video for their self-titled first single.
Cheers to the blustering visual that gives off a brutal live concert experience
that I’m sure die-hard fans have been awaiting and will indeed appreciate.
Check out Gehennah’s video for their self-titled single, “Too Loud To Live, Too Drunk To Die.”
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