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THE BLOODY HELL Question US Political Climate w/ New Video "Nobody Cares About America Anymore"

THE BLOODY HELL Question The US Political Climate w/ New Video "Nobody Cares About America Anymore"

Music Video Premiere via PunkNews

It's been two years since Halifax, Canada's The Bloody Hell released their award-nominated (Loud Recording of the Year” - Nova Scotia Music Awards 2018) self-titled debut album and now they are ready to end the apocalypse known as 2020 with a taste of their new single "Nobody Cares About America Anymore".

Striking deep into the heart of American culture, the new track is a raw force with melodic intensity. It may seem from its title that it's an attack on not giving concern for their neighbours to the south, but it is the opposite, a political statement, and more of an apathetic and unapologetic denouncement of the modern American political climate. Described by the band as "fast-paced, aggressive and radically indifferent", The Bloody Hell carves out their spot in the political punk underground with a clear and forceful message "Nobody Cares About America Anymore".

In support of the single, The Bloody Hell are unleashing a music video that can be viewed via its premiere on PunkNews HERE.

The band adds:

"Whatever happened to peace and love!"

"Nobody Cares About America Anymore" will be available as of December 10th on Bandcamp, Apple Music, Spotify.

Formed in 2017, The Bloody Hell has gotten dirtier and more polished at the same time, with the band infecting fans with their pop-cultural hooks and concepts, while the guitars keep getting louder and the vocals becoming 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 with a bull horn of grungy vocals.

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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.

“full of order and chaos and left turns and repetition all at once that it works wonders at getting the listener excited for what they may be in for” - The East Mag

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