Grave Robber has partnered with HM to release the lyric video for their new track, “Hunger Haunts.” Even though the band can’t technically eat since they’re dead, they told HM they were still very proud to write the track after being asked by Canada’s Feed the Children.

We are honored to be asked to write the theme song for Canada’s Feed The Children “Hunger Haunts” campaign, a series of Halloween spook houses that raise money to feed hungry kids in the country.

“Hunger Haunts” will be used as the theme song for radio and TV commercials. It will also be available on Grave Robber’s upcoming Straight To Hell, set for release Oct. 7 from Rottweiler Records.

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