Release Date: 25 November 2013
Format: LP Double Vinyl
|Hell Curse And Chapter Limited 180gram Gatefold Vinyl 2LP Set + Download
· Originally emerging during the NWOBHM boom of the early 80s, British quintet Hell rose from their own legacy, having disbanded in 1987 and reincarnated in 2011, with the addition of Andy Sneap (guitar, ex-Sabbat and metal producer extraordinaire) and David Bower (vocals) joining original members Kev Bower (guitar, keys), Tony Speakman (bass) and Tim Bowler (drums).
· Their highly acclaimed debut, ‘Human Remains’ (Nuclear Blast 2011), was followed by numerous festival appearances, including world famous events like the Finnish Tuska, Swedish Rockstadt Falun, German Summer Breeze and Bang Your Head, and British Download Festival in Donington Park, as well as the legendary Bloodstock. In 2012 Hell joined forces with legendary German metal act Accept on their European
· Andy Sneap (who also produced the record) had this to say: “This time around the album consists of around 50% old material 50% new. We really see this as a band that’s moving forward rather than a nostalgia trip, obviously there's a lot of history within the band, but there's also a whole world of ideas we want to get out.”
· Concerning the lyrical content, vocalist David Bower added: “Alongside some of our favourite themes of historical, political and religious persecution, intolerance and prejudice, you will find some good old fashioned myths and legends being invoked and reinterpreted in our own inimitable way. We also have some songs in which the
listener will be implicitly invited to solve the clues contained in the lyrics in order to find the meaning of the stories for themselves.”
· The band play the Metal Hammer: Defenders Of The Faith tour in November, alongside labelmates Carcass.
· Also available on 180g gatefold double vinyl, and digital download.
The Age Of Nefarious
The Disposer Supreme
Harbinger Of Death
End Ov Days
Something Wicked This Way Comes
Faith Will Fall
Land Of The Living Dead
Deliver UsFrom Evil
A Vespertine Legacy