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CLOVEN HOOF Release “Sabbat Stones” Lyric Video

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Last Updated on 11:58 AM by Nikos Nakos

CLOVEN HOOF have premiered a second song from their upcoming new album “Heathen Cross”, set for release on May 31st via High Roller Records.

Check out the lyric video for the track “Sabbat Stones” below.

Midlands outfit CLOVEN HOOF must rate as one of the most legendary bands of the entire New Wave Of British Heavy Metal movement. The origins of the group go back to the year 1979, when they first formed under the name of NIGHTSTALKER. In 1981, however, the band switched to their new moniker: CLOVEN HOOF.

Their brand new album “Heathen Cross” marks their return to High Roller Records“We are back now where we belong,” comments main man Lee Payne“Heathen Cross” is CLOVEN HOOF’s most dark and heavy album yet! It has the Satanic undertones of our debut album, but with the best vocalist the group has ever had. Personally speaking it is hands down my favourite CLOVEN HOOF album. We wanted to recapture the spirit and the supernatural majesty of the debut album. Talking to the fans we have given them what they wanted most, a return to the roots of the NWOBHM. They are going to love it!”

The bassist is indeed full of praise for the band’s new vocalist, a certain Harry “The Tyrant” ConklinHarry Conklin is a world-class vocalist. He is super dedicated and highly professional and we knew he would fit in the band seamlessly. His vocal performance on the new album raises the band to new heights, so I can’t wait for the fans to hear him. Harry is an astounding singer, he is so versatile. He can sing high, low and always with power and passion. He knows how to live and sell a song. Harry is like an actor telling a story, no one interprets my lyrics like Mr. Conklin. I can’t praise him enough. We should have worked together years ago.”

 

Nikos Nakos
Nikos Nakos
“When the Last Tree Is Cut Down, the Last Fish Eaten, and the Last Stream Poisoned, You Will Realize That You Cannot Eat Money.”

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