Swedish rockers HEX have inked a deal with logic(il)logic The band's self-titled debut album is scheduled for release this winter.

HEX was formed in October 2011 by Jonas Hygren on vocals, Jerker Johansson on bass guitars, Micke Backelin (ex-LORD BELIAL) on drums and Jörgen Svärd on lead guitar. In March 2012, the lineup was changed a bit, with Jerker taking over rhythm guitar and the bass duties being handed over to a new recruit called Timo Hagström.

According to a press release, HEX's musical direction is "some kind of mix of metal, hard rock with a little touch of industrial elements in the forms of samples and keyboards."

One of the songs from the upcoming album, "Voodoo Girl", can be streamed in the YouTube clip below.

HEX is:

Jonas Hygren - Vocals
Jerker Johansson - Guitars
Jörgen Svärd - Guitars
Micke Backelin - Drums
Timo Hagström - Bass


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