Pure Hell

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""The World's First All Black Punk-Rock Band,” established 1974 in Philadelphia, PA, during the flashpoint of the punk culture in New York City, London and Los Angeles.  Amid the pioneers of the post garage, acid rock, glam-theatre era of the late 60's/early 70's, this band is considered the first of its kind, and comparable to the Sex Pistols, Dead Boys, The Germs, The MC 5 and Bad Brains, who recognize them as an influence.  The release of a single in the UK- a cover of "These Boots are Made for Walking" w/B side, "No Rules" they landed in the top 5 on the UK charts as they toured Europe under the moniker, "The Hendrix Connection."  However, their first album "NOISE ADDICTION," remained unreleased for 28 years & is now available in limited press (www.cdbaby.com/purehell).  Pure Hell touts a second unreleased album produced in the mid 1990's by former members of L.A. Guns, Nine Inch Nails, and Motorhead frontman, Lemmy Kilmister, entitled THE BLACK BOX."  -Pure Hell