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Release Info: Hellion - To Hellion And Back (2014)
Artist: Hellion Title Of Album: To Hellion And Back Year Of Release: 2014 Label: Cherry Red Genre: Rock, Arena Rock, Heavy Metal Quality: Mp3 Bitrate: 320 kbps Total Time: 120:21 Min Total Size: 294 Mb
Tracklist: Disc One 1. Backstabber 2. Driving Hard 3. Dont Take No For An Answer 4. Break The Spell 5. Up From The Depths 6.. Run For Your Life 7 Get Ready 8. Witching Hour 9. Screams In The Night 10. Upside Down Guitar Solo 11. The Hand 12. Bad Attitude 13. Tower Of Air Disc Two 1. Nevermore 2. Exciter 3. The Evil One 4. Breakdown 5. The Black Book 6. Living In Hell 7. Stormrider 8. Demon Attack 9. Resurrection/Will Not Go Quietly 10. Shit (Is Gonna Hit The Fan) 11. Dead and Gone 12. Dream Deceiver 13. Hell Has No Fury Double disk and twenty-eight songs, now were talking metaaaaaaaal! Bustin full of 80s arena rock sounds, Hellions fast paced metal is invigorating and maybe even dipping its toes into thrash metal waters occasionally. For those who missed them the first time around, but have heard the stories of Ann Boleyn and her metallic crew (graciously taken under the wing of the late great Ronnie James Dio) here is a darn fine way to have them introduced. With a distinct focus on the vocals (as all 80s production swang) and a more even musical mix across the board, one could almost accuse the guitars of being a little to low in the mix having said that, it was these sounds that gave the bands of that era a memorable cutting edge and identity. You can hear the tempos, changes, and ferocity, in tracks like Backstabber, Run For Your Life, Screams In The Night and Nevermore something that many a modern day band fails to deliver. Of course Hellion will have a specific sound, but its not monotone, and even with the contents age, it actually sends a well needed shot of variety into the metal genre. Screaming out a top-notch version of Judas Priests Exciter proves Ann Boleyn could give most male vocalists a real run for their money, and compounds the fact that she was sitting firmly in the top league of front-women, who were sadly a scarce item back in the day. (Mark Freebase)
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