HELLHOUND: 'Metal Psycho' Video Released

Japanese heavy metal maniacs HELLHOUND have posted a video for the song "Metal Psycho", shot at Crescendo in Tokyo on July 20, 2009. The song comes from off the band's second album, "Metal Fire From Hell", which was released in the U.S. and Europe earlier in 2009. The CD features "a high-energy, classic metal sound, full of street-tough riffing and aggressive vocals," according to a press release.

Although relatively unknown outside their home country, HELLHOUND's infectious and distinctive metal anthems will soon win the band many fans worldwide.

"Metal Fire From Hell" track listing:

01. Metal Fire From Hell
02. Headcrusher
03. Heavy Metal Highway
04. Heavy Metal Education
05. Metal Psycho
06. Change the World
07. Too Wild to Tame
08. Warriors of Rising Sun


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