Filth and the fury…
Ahead of their appearance at Bloodstock Open Air this weekend, Irish metallers This Place Hell have unveiled their latest video for new song ‘Filth’.
The band had this to say on the track: “This song is a 4-minute stomper, that deals with self-reflection, it’s about recognising the demons in yourself and knowing that you can change them.”
This Place Hell are a five-piece outfit born out of a love for heavy riffs, and a desire to bring more energy to the Irish music scene. Exploding on to the local metal scene in 2014, the then four-piece became notorious for their ferocious live shows.
Since then the band toured extensively within Ireland, as well as venturing across to the UK, Czech Republic and even as far as Russia. In between tours they released two EP’s in Malice and Contempt.
The band have come into 2018 with new music recorded with Justin Hill formerly of Sikth, a scheduled return to Agressive Music Fest in Czech Republic, a support slot in their native Ireland with US legends DevilDriver and a spot on Bloodstock’s Hobgoblin New Blood Stage on Sunday having won Ireland’s Metal 2 The Masses competition.
With new releases on the horizon, This Place Hell are hungrier than ever to bring their live show to stages across the world.
You can view the new video here