‘H’ is for Hell Is For Heroes, the London post-hardcore quintet. The band released their debut album ‘The Neon Handshake‘ in 2003 to critical acclaim, including being named on Kerrang!’s Best British Rock Albums Ever list. After leaving their record label in 2004, they went on to self-release their second album ‘Transmit Disrupt‘ and third, which was self-titled, through Golf Records.
Not ones to follow the crowd, the Hell Is For Heroes were always true to their own sound and image. Although it never resulted in great commercial success, they managed three albums of solid material, developing their unique style a little further on each. Sadly though, the band called it a day back in 2008, briefly returning last year for a short UK tour with their old friends Hundred Reasons.
Watch ‘Night Vision‘, taken from the band’s debut album, below: