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HOODED MENACE Brings Slow Heavy Metal Vibes On "Chime Diabolicus"

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Hooded Menace has announced their new album The Tritonus Bell for August 27, and is now streaming their obliterating new single "Chime Diabolicus". It's eight minutes of non-stop steamroller riffs and crushing vocals, which is all you can really ask for from Hooded Menace.

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"Just like the lead single 'Blood Ornaments,' the second premiere track 'Chime Diabolicus' showcases very well where Hooded Menace is in 2021, offering some 80´s heavy metal vibes, catchy and powerful vocals, better crafted solos, and a faster pace while never forgetting the band´s roots in slow death/doom style," said guitarist Lasse Pyykkö.

"Actually, the slower riff, somewhere in the middle of the song where the second solo kicks in, is one of our heaviest."

Pre-orders for The Tritonus Bell are available here.

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