Former TURBONEGRO Frontman HANK VON HELL Releases 'Pretty Decent Exposure' Solo Single
October 15, 2018
"Pretty Decent Exposure", the third single from former TURBONEGRO frontman Hank Von Hell's comeback album, "Egomania", can be streamed below.
Speaking about the track, Hank says: "This is the final single before the release of 'Egomania'. I love this track, and I can relate to it a lot. The song is about my spirit animal, the Honey Badger, who just doesn't give a shit. He's fierce, nasty, sly... just like me. I love those little bastards, so that's why I made a song about them. And in this song, the honey badger struts around town flashing his dick. But instead of calling it 'indecent exposure,' it's 'Pretty Decent Exposure'. Just because he doesn't give a shit, you know."
On August 31, Hank Von Hell released his very first single as a solo artist, "Bum To Bum".
"Egomania" is due on November 2 through Sony Music Entertainment/Century Media Records worldwide.
Due to popular demand and just in line with the songtitle, Hank Von Hell has announced his first-ever European solo tour for December 2018 — aptly titled the "Pretty Decent Tour". These 10 dates will take him to five countries throughout central Europe.
HANK VON HELL is:
Hank Von Hell - Vocals Cat Casino - Lead Guitar Major Sam - Rhythm Guitar Jean Genus - Bass Dead Said Fred - Drums
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