EXPLODER Records Christmas Single

EXPLODER, the U.K. rock/metal band led by Mick Kenney (ANAAL NATHRAKH, PROFESSOR FATE, MISTRESS), has recorded a Christmas single, entitled "Hell's Bells It's Christmas". An accompanying video for the track was shot this past weekend. The single should be available for digital download through iTunes over the next few weeks.

EXPLODER's self-titled debut album was released this week in the U.K. via Kenney and Shane Embury's (NAPALM DEATH) new record label Feto Records. Release dates for other territories will be announced soon.

According to a press release, "EXPLODER play anthemic rock music that whilst heavy as hell, retains its pop sensibilities, with melodic hooks and sing-out loud choruses that unmercifully blast your balls off and leave you begging for more. EXPLODER represent an evolution in contemporary heavy rock/metal. Referencing the attitude '80s rock, EXPLODER add a modern edge that will see their appeal reaching rock and metal fans both young and old."


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