HADES: Rare 1982 Single made Available Digitally

Reunited '80s/'90s metallers HADES have digitally released their first 45 rpm single from 1982. "Deliver Us From Evil" featured HADES members Dan Lorenzo (guitar), Tom Coombs (drums), Paul Smith (vocals) and Joe Casilli (guitar). Lorenzo and Casilli split bass duties on the songs "Girls Will Be Girls" and "Social Disease".

Stated Lorenzo, "I wrote the music to these songs while I was in the 11th grade. Paul Smith wrote the lyrics to 'Girls Will Be Girls' a year or two later. The songs sound pretty funny now, but at the time I thought they sounded like AC/DC and IRON MAIDEN.

"HADES printed up 1,000 singles in 1982 of 'Deliver Us From Evil'. There are bootleg copies in Germany that feature our autographs on the cover."

The songs will be on iTunes in a few days. For now, they are available exclusively at CDbaby.


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