Hellhookah Release Endless Serpents Vinyl; New Album in the Works

Doomly duo Hellhookah have issued their 2015 debut, Endless Serpents (review here), on vinyl through NoSlip Records. The same label previously handled a CD release of the traditionally-styled full-length, and a mere 300 copies of the LP version have been pressed up, which it’s pretty easy to imagine will go quickly given the response the album got when it first came out.

At the same time, Arnas and Gintar? have reportedly begun work on a follow-up to Endless Serpents that should presumably be ready to come out sometime in 2017. More details on that as I hear them (or it, as regards the album itself), but in the meantime, if you like large plastic platters, here’s the info for the Endless Serpents release, as sent down the PR wire:


HELLHOOKAH release “Endless Serpents” on LP

Hellhookah announces that their full-length debut album “Endless Serpents” is now available on vinyl. The release contains 180 gram audiophile classic black vinyl, 11×11 insert, reversed board cover and poly lined sleeve. LP is extremely limited to only 300 presses. “Endless Serpents” is also available in digital audio and CD.

You can get these records directly at their online store (https://hellhookah.bigcartel.com/) or their record company NoSlip Records (https://nosliprecords.bigcartel.com/).

Hellhookah are a Lithuanian Doom Metal band, formed in 2014 by Arnas (vocals/guitars/bass) and Gintar? (drums). Highly influenced by classic rock and oldschool metal music, Hellhookah are often classified as Traditional Doom Metal band, in vein of Saint Vitus, Pentagram, Witchfinder General, Cathedral, etc. Though, Hellhookah is also an experimental band because of their unusual two-piece line-up.

In 2016 Hellhookah signed independent US record label NoSlip Records, released their first album and started to tour around Europe. In a last few months they have played at some gigs and festivals around Germany, Poland and Ukraine. Now the band is working on their second album and are planning to tour around many more countries.


Hellhookah, Endless Serpents (2015)

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