Hooded Menace release new song
2012-08-04 by Greg Fisher STAFF | 23 Comments

Finnish doom metal duo Hooded Menace comprised of guitarist/bassist/vo​calist Lasse Pyykkö and drummer Pekka Koskelo have premiered the title track from their upcoming third disc Effigies Of Evil.

The album is set to be released on September 11th via Relapse Records.

http://www.noisecreep.com/2012/07/24/hooded-menace-effigies-of-evil-song/

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greg84
Staff Reviewer
August 4th 2012

7159 Comments


It sounds really good. They defintely know how to channel Saint Vitus and Candlemass.

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DeafMetal
August 4th 2012

8583 Comments


finnish death/doom but awes

Hyperion1001
Staff Reviewer
August 4th 2012

17319 Comments


yeah this is def death/doom but i heard this and it was sweet sounds better than never cross

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Voivod
Staff Reviewer
August 4th 2012

5607 Comments


Sweet news.

I really enjoyed their debut.

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Shuyin
August 4th 2012

10391 Comments


awsome stuff

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Graveyard
August 4th 2012

5367 Comments


nice nice

Shiduba
August 4th 2012

424 Comments


So good. Definitely one of the best death/doom bands around at the moment.

ShadowRemains
August 4th 2012

19423 Comments


dope

HitlerIsTheBest
August 4th 2012

1585 Comments


fuck yeah, looking forward to this even though its gonna be the exact same thing as the last two albums. now someone needs make an article for the new Pagan Altar album

HitlerIsTheBest
August 4th 2012

1585 Comments


you have to

ShadowRemains
August 4th 2012

19423 Comments


what are you going to do? gas him?

HitlerIsTheBest
August 4th 2012

1585 Comments


is he a jew?

HitlerIsTheBest
August 4th 2012

1585 Comments


fuck u

elephantREVOLUTION
August 4th 2012

2701 Comments


i was expecting hooded menace to be a rapper

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CaptainDooRight
August 5th 2012

26109 Comments


rips



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Inveigh
August 5th 2012

24178 Comments


Fulfill the Curse is pretty great

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LifeAsAChipmunk
August 5th 2012

4854 Comments


i was expecting hooded menace to be a rapper [2]

Hawks
August 7th 2012

33352 Comments


This is gonna rule so hard.

CaptainDooRight
August 7th 2012

26109 Comments


grushes



Crysis
Staff Reviewer
August 7th 2012

15976 Comments


dem riffs dat doom

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Hawks
August 7th 2012

33352 Comments


One of my favorite bands right here tbh.

HitlerIsTheBest
August 17th 2012

1585 Comments


the fuck happened to the upside down cross and the pentagrams in their logo, theyre selling out, theyre going mainstream

Hyperion1001
Staff Reviewer
August 17th 2012

17319 Comments


i miss the blind dead guys they ruled



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