2. Old Tomorrows
3. Hit Me Where It Hurts
5. Weeping Willow
6. Body Bag
7. Rootless Soul Riot
THE HELLFREAKS kick off with vocalist Zsuzsa âShakey Sueâ RadnĂłtiâs trademark sing-along-screams, as âOld Tomorrowsâ raises the pulse with fast-paced punk mixed with groovy metal beats. Like the story of Jekyll and Hyde, the upstarts unveil their angry side on âHit Me Where It Hurtsâ, led by electronic rock as distorted, rhythmic guitar lines set the pace with catchy metalcore beats. The effortless Lire la suite [...] force of singer Sue resembles an earthquake, with her raspy punk vocal attack.
Followed by the restless track âChaosâ, boisterous thrash lines meet pop-punk-infused metal before closing with a Tom Morello-worthy solo. THE HELLFREAKS stay true to themselves yet never become stagnant or pretentious â as tracks like âWeeping Willowâ are driven by more modern metal interpretations and electronic interludes.
With its fragile clean vocals and the eerie sounds of the guitarâs strings, the atmosphere of the song changes throughout before taking an unexpected turn into a hard-hitting core-hymn. "Body Bag" offers a total contrast - surfacing like a message in a bottle with itâs in-your-face, straight forward 2000s skate punk vibe that fans of the genre have always wished for. THE HELLFREAKS showcases the individual musical expertise of its members when chunky riffs merge with strong beats and highly aggressive shouts, while bittersweet vocal lines call out for a feelgood song. Performing in almost every European country and gaining more awareness via their American tour in 2015, the well-experienced band from Budapest proves with Pitch Black Sunset that they are more than ready to kickstart their next chapter!"