Grave Robber is back, and this time, they’re taking on hell. The band has released “Straight to Hell,” the eponymous track from their upcoming album to be released Oct. 7.

In related news, Grave Robber was honored to be asked to write the theme song for Canada Feed The Children’s “Hunger Haunts” campaign, a series of Halloween spook houses that raise money to feed hungry kids in Canada. “Hunger Haunts” will be used as the theme song for radio and TV commercials.

This song will be available on Grave Robber’s upcoming Straight to Hell release from Rottweiler Records Nov. 25.

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