L - R : James Densley Lead Guitar - Kyle Cantfell Drums - Sean Carver Bass - Ian Kean Vocals / Guitar
Photo Credit - Ian Kean
Halifax punk rockers The Bloody Hell share their latest music video 'Evil Everywhere'. The video is the band's answer to Billy Joel's classic social commentary hit "We Didn't Start the Fire". This is The Bloody Hell's scathing yet tough and cheek commentary on today's current culture's decline, combined with a hard-hitting and impactful video (that was originally banned by YouTube).
The band adds:
"The video is sure to get your heart pumping, your toes tapping and the mind racing. It's not safe for work, and not for the faint of heart."
Watch 'Evil Everywhere' here: https://youtu.be/Hx8O-0kmu9c
The single 'Evil Everywhere' comes from the 2018 self-titled album, which exemplifies the band’s goal to create a fun and interesting listening experience for their fans that is full of twists and turns, highs and lows. They explain what one can expect at a live gig:
“We try to incorporate the themes into our live set as well, and always have surprises for the audience like props, guests on stage, lighting or video setups. Also, we focus a lot on melody and always have a lyrical hook so there is ample opportunity for the audience to sing along which I think is not very typical of satanic three-chord punk bands”
Formed in 2017, The Bloody Hell have gotten dirtier and more polished at the same time, with the band having got much better at writing hooks and concepts, while the guitars got louder and the vocals got uglier.
Suitable for a variety of fans, The Bloody Hell cites influences ranging from Misfits, Nirvana and Motorhead, anyone who enjoys a fun and dirty romp through catchy hooks and grungy vocals. The Bloody Hell's debut self-titled album is available on Bandcamp, Apple Music, Spotify.
Track Listing: 1. Welcome to Hell (1:44) 2. Last Word (4:11) 3. Diggin (2:35) 4. Evil Everywhere (2:27) 5. Speed Demon (2:53) 6. Out of Our Minds (3:33) 7. Drink Myself To Death (2:59) 8. Uncharted (2:22) Album Length: 22:48
The Bloody Hell is what would happen If George Thorogood sang for the Misfits but all the songs were written by Tom Petty. Super catchy horror rock songs about drinking and heartache played at punk rock speed.