HELL:ON – Launch Video From Slay At Home Festival

Ukraine’s leading Death Metal band Hell:on recently participated on Metal Injection‘s “Slay At Home Festival”, today you can watch the video here on band’s official Youtube channel –

Check out band’s recent album “Scythian Stamm” here –

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Complete “Slay At Home Festival” (feat Lacuna CoilRotting ChristCarnationEnforced to name a few) can be watched here:
Day 1 –
Day 2 –

For the one year anniversary edition of Slay At HomeFrank Godla announce his most ambitious show to date, which also happens to be the finale. As they say, all good things must come to an end.

Frank says:
I started Slay At Home early in the pandemic as my personal mission to create an entertainment fundraiser that would aid the music industry and charities I’m passionate about while providing a fun new experience for metal fans around the globe. As the world prepares for a post-quarantine come back, with more live shows announced each week, I have made the decision to send off Slay At Home as it began a year ago, with a mammoth variety show filled with lots of surprises, for a great set of causes.

In short, the kings and queens of death metal had better circle around the weaker members of the herd, because these Ukrainian monsters are out for blood.
4.0 © Angry Metal Guy

Ukrainian Death Metal Band HELL:ON Pay Homage To Their History With “My Testament”
© Metal Injection

Like the artwork, the music itself generates visions of otherworldly menace and power, of monstrosity and hideous glory
© No Clean Singing

“Guys, stop listening to anything else and focus on this ‘Scythian Stamm'”
88/100 © The Pit Of The Damned

“I’m still literally flattened by this great album”
10/10 © Time For Metal

“Scythian Stamm” is a Temple of the Gods of Death Metal!
8.5/10 © Metalnoise

“Scythian Stamm” is THE album for fans of good death metal and oriental sounds! Hell:on were not lazy, but came up with unique solos and catchy choruses, which still captivate the listener even after the 666th pass”
9/10 Rockmagazine

Hell:On just wrote incredibly dense and atmospheric songs. And it’s not a simple bolt. But they weave many tribal parts, folkloristic or ethnic elements or whatever you want to call it into their sound

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