Hallux Shred Like MFICs On New Track, “Yersinia Pestis”

Vancouver’s blackened death thrashers Hallux have revealed their new music video for “Yersinia Pestis,” and the band absolutely shreds like motherfuckers in charge! The track comes from the band’s self-titled debut album, which was released in February 2018.

Check out the video on this page and visit the band’s Bandcamp page for ordering.

Inspired by Toxic Holocaust, Satan’s Wrath, S.O.D, Celtic Frost, and Power Trip, the trio offers a thrash album with influences that draw from death metal, black metal, crossover, and D-Beat. The album features ragers such as “Yersinia Pestis,” “Master Machine,” “Chosen Enemy,” “Absolved in Flames,” and “Herders of the Weak.”

The band commented:

We decided to start a project focused on a straightforward approach and aesthetic inspired by early extreme metal bands, with the classic three-piece line-up, and leaving behind anything other than the absolute necessity to pull it off. We hope this album is received as a representation of our ideals by like-minded people… We want it to incite feelings of disconformities and disdain by illustrating the corruption of all forms of authority.


Rock Hard \m/

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