HELLISH OUTCAST has debuted two tracks from its upcoming album, "Your God Will Bleed". The follow-up to the controversial EP "Raping Killing Murder", HELLISH OUTCAST's full-length debut is first release to feature the band's new vocalist Thebon (KEEP OF KALESSIN), who joined the group in 2010.
HELLISH OUTCAST is currently seeking a suitable label to release the effort.
Formed in Bergen, Norway, in 2001 by drummer Mads Lilletvedt (BYFROST, SOLSTORM), guitarist Martin Legreid (66CRUSHER) and bassist Mads Mowinckel (BREED), HELLISH OUTCAST plays a blood-soaked mix of thrash and death metal, and is considered to be one of the most aggressive live bands on the burgeoning Bergen music scene. The addition of Thebon to the group's ranks has given HELLISH OUTCAST a keener edge, and whilst fans in Norway have already been able to see him in action on stage, the chance for fans elsewhere will come this summer, when the band is due to play at Lithuania's Devilstone Festival on July 15, and the U.K.'s Bloodstock Festival on August 14.
HELLISH OUTCAST's video for the track "Face Forced Down" from the "Your God Will Bleed" album can be viewed below.
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