From the remains of the mighty Terveet Kädet comes Lapin Helvetti. Named after TK’s last full length, Lapin Helvetti shred a straightforward, particularly nasty kind of metallic hardcore that’s chock full of snarled vocals, mic gang-ups, abrupt and crushing tempo shifts, irresistibly good solos and just loads of venomous panache. If nothing else Lapin Helvetti prove that not everything coming from the Finnish underground is cold, miserable, and utterly bereft.
Lapin Helvetti’s debut self-titled album will clean your clock with eleven tracks of Lapland hardcore without a second’s worth of filler. So don’t even think about trying to catch your breath or turning to spit out some teeth.
Says the band: “Please give a listen to our debut record which brings you a tight mix of proto-trash and hardcore! After TK we definitely wanted to create the most devilish record to date. True Lapland trash!”