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There is more than one artist with this name: 1) Finland based black metal group. 2) US noise black metal band. 3) American indie/punk band consisting of Susanne Lewis and Bob Drake. 1) Hail is a Finland based black metal group, consisting of Dirtmaster playing all instruments and doing vocals. 2) Hail is a US noise black metal band. Started out as a solo performance project by Carl Annala, which blossomed into a musical performance troupe. In 1998, Set Sothis (L’Acephale) joined for a new incarnation in which black metal was matched with militaristic neo-folk and Neurosis-style multi-percussion doom along with various sound sources as background sounds. Markus Wolff was recruited and one live show was performed at the celebration for the opening of a local branch of the OTO. Crimson Madrigal was the result of this time period. Tim Call was recruited as a live drummer and a change in the sound developed, which was later abandoned in 2001. In the Winter of 2006, the project was resurrected, first as a recording project and later a live ensemble for a series of gigs with Fauna. 3) Hail are an American indie/punk band with an avant-garde twist consisting of Susanne Lewis (vocals, guitar, main composer and lyricist) and Bob Drake (bass). The band has also had guest appearances from Mike Johnson, Dave Kerman, Chris Cutler and Bill Gilonis. Albums include “Gypsy Cat & Gypsy Bird” (1988), “Turn of the Screw” (1990) and “Kirk” (1992). In 2006, Lewis and Drake released a new Hail album, “Hello Debris”, on Recommended Records. Learn more about Hail