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(Greek mythology) the three-headed dog guarding the entrance to Hades

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Robert Johnson's hellhounds to remind me of hairpin turns in the
Also playing the festival will be indie Aberfeldy, rising Australian stars Bells, 2008 Mercury award Rachel Unthank, Jonathan The Ballachulish Hellhounds, instrumentalists Shutter and own Grousebeater Sound System, played their fourth ever gig at Rockness' Arena to a 5000-strong crowd.
Whereas only those of us of the Red persuasion seemed to fancy us at the start of this season, more and more commentators appear to be willing to stick their neck out and predict that it will be Liverpool, rather than the Stamford Bridge sixth-formers or the Arsenal newts, who will challenge the recent domination of the Hellhounds of Hogwarts.
As Faustus was devoured by hellhounds, a lone company member sang the lyrics of "Amazing Grace" to the tune of"The House of the Rising Sun.
A man driven not by the hellhounds that seemingly bay at his heels, but by his search for a world that speaks to something about himself.
With the Depression in the 1930s blues became identified with the self-expression of the lone country bluesman and his guitar: Robert Johnson screamin' and cryin', the hellhounds on his trail.
In recent weeks, they've reported on everything from ghost trains to hellhounds, and from grey ladies to spectral soldiers.
The hyper-sexualized, faceless and stilted nurses who are a "Silent Hill" mainstay are back, along with ashen-skinned, split-headed horrors and red-glistening, skinless hellhounds.
Now, ten years later, the hellhounds are coming to collect the devil's fee; the architect dies first, then the surgeon.
From the opening onslaught of Hellhounds On My Trail to the closing carnage of Roadkill Morning this is one thrash of the titans that could and should catapult these flying Finns into the big league.
Blues legend Robert Johnson had hellhounds on his trail, but Riverside, CA's Robert Johnson sponsored TNT on this bar blast without having to sell his soul
A step towards collaborative world modeling was demonstrated in the presentation of the Microsoft Hellhounds where a blind robot was controlled by two seeing ones.
O'Connell, who used to haunt Worcester venues with such bands as The Hellhounds and Hotbox Shuffle, is not in the city he grew up in as often as he used to be since moving to Gloucester a few years ago.
The work that makes best use of this extraordinary space is, perhaps, Jorgen Haugen Sorenson's That's Why They Call Them Dogs, a mass of writhing, snarling hellhounds with gashes of red and white picking out the jaws amid the clay-coloured ribs, manhood and muscle.
Rogues, Hellhounds, Stentors, out of my dores, you sonnes of noise