Hooked Like Helen Reimagines Slipknot's "Duality" with Orchestral Flair


In a bold musical move, the dynamic duo Hooked Like Helen has reimagined Slipknot’s legendary track “Duality” to mark the band’s 20th anniversary. This new version, called "Duality (reimagined)", mixes Nikki Stipp's powerful vocals with cinematic orchestration, turning the metal anthem into a grand alt-pop experience.

The duo worked with Dublin-based composer Sean Michael Rooney, who's worked with big names like Falling in Reverse and Papa Roach. They mixed delicacy and intense power into the track. This version takes listeners on an emotional journey, exploring themes of trauma and resilience, while still keeping the energy of the original Slipknot performance.

The single is the first taste of what’s to come from Hooked Like Helen’s upcoming EP, ‘Promise Me You’ll Run’. It’s a bold move, showcasing an evolution in their sound, with influences ranging from Disney scores to rock giants. There's also a new lyric video set in an abandoned warehouse, which adds a visually haunting layer to the already gripping track.

Hooked Like Helen is also involved in philanthropy, supporting causes like addiction recovery and research for epidermolysis bullosa. They’re also committed to playing benefit shows, with an upcoming event for EBRP, which was co-founded by Eddie Vedder.

From their home studio to stages across the nation, Hooked Like Helen's journey is a testament to their passion and resilience. They craft songs that resonate with listeners' struggles and triumphs.

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