Dutch black metal primitivists Hellehond premiere the new track “Over De Kling” at Decibel magazine’s website. The track hails from the band’s striking debut album, Verslonden, set for international release on December 6th via Iron Bonehead Productions. Hear Hellehond‘s “Over De Kling” in its entirety exclusively HERE.
Hailing from the Netherlands, Hellehond formed in 2017. Although an otherwise-new entity, the band members actually hail from such cult hordes as Asphyx, Wederganger, and Rectal Smega. As such, Verslonden is Hellehond‘s first public recording.
With Hellehond‘s primary influences being Hellhammer, early Celtic Frost, and Bathory, it’s no surprise that Verslonden is a gutted ‘n’ grimy experience. Raw and primitive black metal without any compromises is what you’ll find here: no more, but certainly no less! As perhaps expected, the members’ erstwhile activities can be felt in Hellehond‘s antagonizing attack – the ominous gallop of Asphyx, the feverish rocking of Wederganger, even the bloody viscera of Rectal Smegma – but the quartet keep that attack securely on their own terms, with songwriting that squarely splits the difference between old-fashioned memorability and cold ‘n’ distant atmosphere.
Put more directly, Hellehond‘s Verslonden is caveman black metal – by cavemen, for cavemen. Music lovers…stay away!
Stay away from the new track “Over De Kling” exclusively HERE, courtesy of Decibel, North America’s only monthly metal magazine. Also stay away from the previously revealed “Rattenmantel” HERE at Iron Bonehead‘s Soundcloud. Cover and tracklisting are as follows:
Tracklisting for Hellehond’s Verslonden
6. Over De Kling