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Exclusive Download: Hella's Rowdy Rocker 'Self Checkout'

Hear a track from the noise rockers' new album 'Tripper'

August 30, 2011 5:05 PM ET
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Click here to listen to Hella's "Self Checkout"

"Self Checkout" was the first song Hella wrote and recorded for their fifth record, Tripper, says drummer Zach Hill: "Technically, it was the first song we'd written together in three years, so in many ways I feel like it created the path for the material that followed." If the fast-paced instrumental is any indication of what's to come, it’s sure to be a chaotic good time.

Tripper is available in stores now, but you can download "Self Checkout" here.

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