ALLHELLUJA, the Danish/Italian project featuring HATESPHERE frontman Jacob Bredahl and Stefano Longhi from Scarlet Records, has inked a deal with American agency Rive Video Promotion in order to promote its new video for the song "Superhero Motherfucker Superman". In the meantime, people from all over the world continue to show respect to one of the hottest bands to emerge from Europe in recent years.

Commented ALLHELLUJA drummer Stefano Longhi: "I'm really proud and happy about all the buzz surrounding the band at the moment. Honestly, I couldn't even imagine such a great response towards ALLHELLUJA. It seems that 'Pain Is The Game' [ALLHELLUJA's sophomore album] is really taking off! We received a lot of offers from respectable labels from all over the world, requests to participate to some of Europe's biggest summer festivals but specially admiration declarations that took our breaths away! AMEN's Casey Chaos, for example, rang just to tell us that him and Mr. Henry Rollins (yes, that's right!!!) think that ALLHELLUJA is one of the coolest bands around and that they listen to our CD continuously. Try to imagine how a poor 34-year old guy (myself) who grew up listening to Henry Rollins' records feels right now. Unbelievable! Last, but not least, Rive Video Promotion's (UNDEROATH, PRIMUS/LES CLAYPOOL, BLACKMORE'S NIGHT) request to work with us in order to spread our videoclip in America. I'm really excited. And that's the most important thing for someone who lives music like myself!"

For more information, visit www.allhelluja.com.


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