HELLOWEEN: New Studio Photos Posted Online
HELLOWEEN's official web site has been updated with photos from the recording sessions for the group's new studio album, tentatively due later in the year via SPV Records. Check out the pictures at this location.
A posting on the web site reads as follows: "As you can see they are having a lot of fun recording the new album. Everything is going extremely well for HELLOWEEN and more details about the upcoming release date and tour will be announced in the next two to three months, give or take."
HELLOWEEN's new CD is being produced by acclaimed German producer/engineer Charlie Bauerfeind, who has previously worked with SAXON, HAMMERFALL, RAGE, and BLIND GUARDIAN, among many others. Assisting during the sessions with the keyboard arrangements is German keyboard veteran Friedl Amon, who played in the early '80s hard rock/metal outfit REVOLVER.
HELLOWEEN's last studio album, "Rabbit Don't Come Easy", was released in 2003 via the band's previous record label, Nuclear Blast.
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