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One Hour Hell

From: Stockholm, Sweden
Last Known Status: Active

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One Hour Hell Posts New Music Video

Swedish death/thrash outfit One Hour Hell will release new album ”Interfectus” on April 18th and now the band has new video clip out for the track ”Covered in Sin.”

"Interfectus" will be released via ViciSolum Productions and is the follow-up to the debut album ”Product of Massmurder,” released in 2008.

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One Hour Hell Sign To Germany's Twilight-Vertrieb

Swedish thrash/death metal act ONE HOUR HELL has inked a deal with Germany's Twilight-Vertrieb. The group's debut album, "A Product of Massmurderer", will be released in the fall. The CD was recorded at Studiomega (BY NIGHT, THE CROWN, IMPIOUS, ANATA, OLD MAN'S CHILD) in Varberg, Sweden with producer Johan Örnborg. Audio samples are available on the group's MySpace page.

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One Hour Hell Signs to Twilight Vertrieb

Sweden's One Hour Hell has signed to the German label Twilight Vertrieb. A deal was settled a couple of weeks ago and One Hour Hell's anticipated debut album, "Product Of Massmurder," will be released this fall. The album has already been recorded and mixed at Studio Mega in Stockholm, and Studio Mega will also handle the mastering for this eminent album.

You can check out some of One Hour Hell's material on their MySpace page.

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One Hour Hell Post Album Samples Online

Swedish thrash/death metal act ONE HOUR HELL has posted audio samples from its upcoming debut album, "A Product of Massmurderer", on the group's MySpace page. The CD was recorded at Studiomega (BY NIGHT, THE CROWN, IMPIOUS, ANATA, OLD MAN'S CHILD) in Varberg, Sweden with producer Johan Örnborg. A January 21, 2008 release via Deaf And Blind Records is expected. More...

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