ALLHELLUJA Sign With SCARLET RECORDS

ALLHELLUJA, the Danish/Italian project featuring HATESPHERE frontman Jacob Bredahl and Stefano Longhi from Scarlet Records, will release their debut album, "Inferno Museum", on May 23 via Scarlet.

"Inferno Museum" is said to be lyrically inspired by Derek Raymond's book "Dead Man Upright" ("a psycho-sex serialkiller masterpiece") and features 10 songs that are described as "an explosive mix between ENTOMBED, MOTÖRHEAD and KYUSS! Dirty rockin' metal with a diabolical lyrical concept behind!"

"Inferno Museum" track listing:

01. A Perfect Man
02. Your Savior Is Here
03. Ego Te Absolvo
04. Miss M
05. Inferno Museum
06. Who's Gonna Kill My Lady?
07. God Is Laughing
08. Nervous Titter
09. Gettin' Closer
10. Devil's Kiss

Advance MP3s and new pictures are available at www.allhelluja.com.

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