ELEINE Announce New Video and Single Release Date (News)

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Eleine Hell MoonSwedish Symphonic Metal Band Eleine rather seriously impressed Decibel Geek writer/photographer Shawn “Animalize” Irwin and website editor/writer Rich “The Meister” Dillon in their performance at Sweden Rock Festival 2016. More than that, they impressed our staff as people during a comfortable and candid interview the next day with the whole band. Unfortunately, a technological mishap has forever lost that recorded interview. But check out the review of the Sweden Rock set here.

We are pleased to report that the band has been hard at work and now via their Facebook page have announced the following news:


We’re very excited to announce that September 22nd, we will release our new single – “Hell Moon (We Shall Never Die)”, along with a music video.

It will be released by Black Lodge Records/Algoth Records and distributed by Sound Pollution Distribution.

You can pre-order your digital copy via this link, and also start following us at Spotify to get a notification September 22nd when “Hell Moon” is released and available. Do it here: https://phonofile.link/hellmoon

The beautiful artwork is made by Frozen Mistress Art in collaboration with Eleine 

Share the artwork, use the hashtag #HellMoon and prepare for a monumental fall. Hit LIKE if you’re excited! 

Start following us at Youtube as well to get a notification when the music video is released! https://www.youtube.com/c/eleineofficial

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