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Hell to support Accept on 2012 European tour

Hell have been announced as the main support to Accept on their upcoming 2012 European tour. The tour kicks off on 6th April in Paris, France with the rest of the dates shown below:

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Disturbed stream new song Hell

Disturbed are streaming a song titled ‘Hell’ which will feature of their new upcoming b-side and rarities album ‘The Lost Children’ which is set for release on 8th November.

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Hell reveal tour dates in new video promo

Risen from the dead NWOBHM metallers Hell are announcing their upcoming concerts for the rest of the year via video. After the band had not been able to make the breakthrough despite some promising demos in the 80s, Hell returned in 2008 with an altered line-up consisting of both original and new members, signed a […]

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Hell enter the German album top 50

Nearly 30 years after originally forming in 1982 UK`s Heavy Metal legends Hell have entered the German album charts with their debut album “Human Remains” at #46! Hell were founded in 1982 out of the remains of two classic NWoBHM bands, Race Against Time and Paralex. They signed with Mausoleum in 1985 but split in […]

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UK Cult Metal band Hell gets big awareness for their first video On Earth As It Is In Hell

The word about UK occult-Metal act Hell is spreading like wildfire. It is becoming apparent that Hell will be the surprise of the year with the reaction of international key media unanimous. Now the first European TV station has picked up the video for Hell. “On Earth As It Is In Hell” is now on […]

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Cult 80 Metal act Hell announce the first video from their debut album

The band featuring original members Kev Bower (guitar/ Keys), Tony Speakman (bass) and Tim Bowler (drums), now complete the line up with David Bower on Vocals and producer Andy Sneap on guitar, both replacing original singer/guitarist Dave Halliday who died in 1987. The international key press is amazing. – best metal album of the 21st […]

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Hell release new single

Despite over five years of constant touring, the band were cruelly overlooked, Hell were too different, too extreme, too musically intelligent and far too thought-provoking for the more commercial mid 80’s metal mindset.   The final crushing blow came when their long-awaited 1986 album deal with Mausoleum collapsed as the label went bankrupt, followed by […]

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