It’s Time For The “Midnight Man” BLOODY HELL Release Video For New Album Out Now!

Finland’s BLOODY HELL‘s new album “The Bloodening” hit the mosh pit this past April via Rockshots Records. In support of the record, the band is presenting a new music video for the banger “Midnight Man”. The track tells a story of a man with issues (which any one person can relate to). This was originally one of the first songs the band wrote and it’s simply a straight-up speedster of headbanging glory.

Watch “Midnight Man” via Rockshots Records YouTube channel

Formed to cause confusion and fear in people who don’t understand what heavy metal is about, Helsinki, Finland’s BLOODY HELL (ft. members of Moottörin Jyrinä, Metal De Facto) have been wowing fans around the globe with their loud, unapologetic, speed demon tyranny for two decades. Known for their drunken wild shows, the band has always presented good times in the circle pit with anthems about drinking, hangovers, devil-worshipping among other important matters.

Taking a hiatus after releasing two EPs, Hangover Riders (2010), What The Hell (2003) and a self-titled album (2015), along with all members focusing to perform with their other project Moottörin Jyrinä (a children’s heavy metal band that plays cover songs from classic 1980s heavy metal songs with child-friendly Finnish language lyrics with an educational tone), the quartet returns in 2021 to continue the party as grumpy old men with strong 18-year-old angst. Their new album “The Bloodening” features 12 fist-pumping songs to kick the band’s new found momentum into overdrive. 

For fans of old-school 80’s metal in the vein of Iron Maiden, Judas Priest, Accept, and Helloween, Bloody Hell‘s “The Bloodening” is available at the following links:


Lyric Video – In The Night We Burn – 

Track Listing:
1. Hangover Rider (4:37)
2. Face In Hell (4:02)
3. The Undertaker (4:54)
4. In The Night We Burn (4:30)
5. Smoking (5:16)
6. What The Hell (4:11)
7. Burn Witch Burn (3:57)
8. Muders She Wrote (5:01)
9. Midnight Man (3:43)
10. Long Road To Hell (5:32)
11. Bite (4:24)
12. Kiesma (The Museum of Modern Art) (7:03)
Album Length: 57:17

Album Details:
Bloody Hell:
Marko Skou – Vocals , Bass
Jaakko Halttunen – Guitar
Esa Orjatsalo – Guitar
Atte Marttinen – Drums

Mika Grönholm – Lead Guitar on Kiesma (The Museum of Modern Arts)
Micko Hell – Vocals on Kiesma (The Museum of Modern Arts)

Drums on the Bloodening by Tom Rask
Recorded at Tom Rask Drum Record Factory by Tom Rask
Mixed and mastered at Tadaa Music Studio by Esa Orjatsalo

Music: Bloody Hell
Lyrics: Bloody Hell & Aleksi Koskinen
Cover artwork by Pate Vuorio
Cover layout Svetlana Goncharova
Esa Orjatsalo uses ESP guitars and Neural DSP plugins 

More info: 

“Bloody Hell plays classic, keep-it-true, heavy metal… Most of their tunes are riff revved up, fast and heavy, metal tunes with assertive, yet harmonious, vocals, and an abundance of killer guitar solos. Listeners will hear this formula self-evident and repeated throughout the album with notable songs: The Undertaker, What The Hell, Bite, the drum driven fast and heavy Burn Witch Burn. 4/5” – Dangerdog Music Reviews

“Clearly having a blast, Bloody Hell want you to have a blast as well and to help make that a reality, they’re dropping a 12-track album of good time heavy head-bangers. Classic heavy metal with thrash and speed sensibilities, The Bloodening is an album filled with energy, dirty groove and thumping heaviness.” – Games, Brrraaains & A Head-Banging Life

“For everyone who loves good old classic heavy metal, the new record by BLOODY HELL is perfect.” –

“BLOODY HELL are sure to ensure a good time for the pandemic-isolated Metaler” – Stormbringer

“The Bloodening is definitely something perfect to blast, whether the pandemic is ruling everyone’s life or not. It is also a great excuse to enjoy some rum or bourbon when it cannot be done in a company – because drinking to Metal, even by oneself, is not drinking, it is keeping oneself alive.” – Metal Express Radio

“Bloody Hell have struck a solid formula for the creation and delivery of their brand of heavy metal. Keeping it simple in terms of sonic display and lyrical content. Incorporating themes and techniques of their influences while ensuring their own stamp is prominent… it does put a massive grin on your face. When all is said and done, isn’t that the point of metal.” – Uber Rock

“Twelve songs in this new album opened by anthemic groovy metal of HANGOVER RIDER, enriched by an embracing riffing, and FACE IN HELL, with its metallized heavy rock.” – Hard Rock Heavy Metal