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See SPIRITBOX cover NO DOUBT's "Hella Good," debut new song at tour kickoff

Canuck metallers began their first-ever headline tour with a bang

Spiritbox kicked off their first-ever headlining tour last night (April 10th) in Vancouver, and fans were treated to two surprises throughout the performance. The first was a cover of No Doubt's "Hella Good," which the band ripped into in the middle of their set, morphing the 2001 electro-funk hit into a djenty, down-tuned metal banger. 

Fortunately, there was a fan near the front row who had their phone up for a good portion of the cover, so you can watch footage of that above via YouTube. 

Elsewhere in the set, Spiritbox allegedly debuted a brand new unreleased song called "The Void" that fans are already freaking out about on Reddit. According to, the "The Void" was the fifth song Spiritbox played last night, and its title is cross-referenced by a picture of Spiritbox's April 10th setlist that a fan got their hands on after the show. 

One fan has posted video of Spiritbox playing "The Void" on Spiritbox's Reddit page, and you can see that footage below.

Tonight (April 11th), Spiritbox will continue their headlining tour — with support After the Burial and Intervals — in Seattle, so anyone who attends the rest of this run should keep their ears and eyes out for this new tune. 

UPDATE: Below, watch an even higher-quality fan-filmed version of Spiritbox performing "The Void" at their April 11th show at the Neptune Theatre in Seattle, Washington.