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HB CoverHB New Music Video: “The Evil Song” featuring new vocalist, Miia Rautkoski.

The Evil Song is the English version of Perkeleitä from their 2010 album ‘Pääkallonpaikka’.

In February 2013 HB announced the departure of Johanna as lead vocalist and welcomed replacement Miia.
According to the band’s Press release:  “Miia is a very experienced vocalist and song-writer. She is very excited and more than happy to take this opportunity to be a lead singer of HB. Miia is best recognized from the dance band called G-powered. HB band wishes the former vocalist Johanna all the best and big thanks for the collaboration now that she´s going to relocate overseas. Fans can see the first live gig with Miia on 16.3.2013 at Nosturi, Helsinki. Be there!”

Currently HB is producing compilation of an old material in Finnish. The package will include two cd´s of fans favorites. HB is also planning on releasing a full english version of Pääkallonpaikka late 2013.

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