HADES Hot Sauce Is Here!

Fresh on the heels of the announcement that the original HADES lineup is reuniting for two shows in April 2010 comes HADES hot sauce.

Seriously, what band name invokes heat more than HADES?

HADES hot sauce (Persephone's Fire) was created, not just as another novelty hot sauce that burns your mouth, but as a real tasteful hot sauce with a smokey flavor.

Commented vocalist Alan Tecchio: "There are lots of hot sauces out there that try to out-burn each other. Persephone's Fire actually tastes great but still carries some kick for those that like it hot."

To purchase HADES hot sauce, click here, or for large orders, call (902) 482-0900.

In other news, HADES members Tecchio and Tom Coombs (drums) can be heard live this evening at Pibco at 9:00 p.m. EST. This will the first interview the band has done since announcing the reunion of the original "Resisting Success" lineup for two shows next year.


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