David Hasselhoff goes metal with two man project Cuestack on “Through The Night”

After announcing a collaboration to the world at the end of October, the metal debut of TV icon David Hasselhoff with two-man metal project Cuestack, “Through the Night,” is available today.

Check out the Baywatch and Knight Rider star’s very first metal performance here in the official music video for “Through the Night” now:

“Through the Night” premiered with Consequence of Sound. Read the full story at [LINK].

“Through the Night” is also available digitally on Spotify, Amazon Music, iTunes Music and Apple Music.

Fans of this unique collaboration can also get the extended “Through the Night” Box Set, a Digipak CD featuring a retro synthwave remix by Beartooth singer and mastermind Caleb Shomo, as well as an unplugged version and two additional Cuestack songs. The Box Set also contains a unique poster, gym bag, autograph card and baseball cap. “Through the Night” is available for physical purchase at the official Cuestack webshop at http://cuestack.com/shop.

The collaboration between the Austrian duo and the TV idol started in 2018 and what seemed like an impossible idea slowly turned into a reality. The ultimate goal was to create a metal project with the most-watched man on TV, showing the world his heavy side. Hasselhoff recorded the track with Cuestack in 2019 in Vienna, where they also shot this epic music video together. Cuestack conjured up a dystopian Sci-Fi world in the music video for “Through the Night,” continuing the cinematic style that was established with this year’s first single “Transhuman Generation.” Watch the video at https://youtu.be/8RmG6ojUh_M. (See the full background story on the collaboration below.)

About Cuestack:
When the worlds of eccentric lighting / VFX designer Martin Kames and shred guitar content creator Bernth Brodträger collide, explosive music and art manifest in the form of Cuestack. An unmistakable blend of metal and electronic music with well established sonic trademarks is the result, paired with an industrial, dystopian corporate identity that is ever-present in the band’s cinematic music videos and artworks.

The first full-length Cuestack album, Diagnosis:Human, will be released in 2021.

Cuestack online:

Press release courtesy of Adrenaline PR

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