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Hella is planning to release their first studio album since 2007 “There’s No 666 In Outer Space“.  The album still have no title and Brandon from Stereogum posted equally nameless track from the new album as well as a little note to go along with it:

In 2007 I wrote a brief, less-than-positive review of Hella’s There’s No 666 In Outer Space, the record where the Sacramento noise-rock duo expanded to a quintet and started sounding like a rootsy Mars Volta. It appeared inSPIN. The guys gamely turned the pith into a t-shirt. My issue with There’s No 666 was (what I saw as) the aimlessness created by those extra members — i.e. the shift didn’t seem necessary. So then, four years later, it’s great to be able to announce that Hella have a new album on the horizon that finds the core of guitarist Spencer Seim and drummer extraordinaire Zach Hill back as a streamlined, well-oiled twosome. As of today the 10-song album has no title. Ditto this song. But you can still listen to it just fine. And it shreds.

Get an mp3 or stream it here. Also – check out an interview with Zach Hill that IHRTN conducted in September of 2010.

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