New HALESTORM Photo Book 'To Hale And Back' Due In May

March 14, 2015

HALESTORM has teamed up with photographer and longtime friend Rob Fenn for a photo book, "To Hale And Back", documenting the band's career thus far.

Some have called them the next big thing, others, the saviors of rock 'n' roll. Rob Fenn calls them his dear friends. HALESTORM is no longer the world's best-kept secret after their 2013 Grammy Award win for their hard-driving single "Love Bites (So Do I)".

Since 2012, Fenn has had a front-row seat to travel the world with the Hale siblings, lead singer Lzzy, drummer Arejay as well as lead guitarist Joe Hottinger and bassist Josh Smith. Whether it be backstage, in the studio, on an arena stage or on the long lonesome highways, Fenn captures HALESTORM at their most intimate, their most vulnerable and at their most triumphant moments via his trusty lens, and unwavering eye.

Due in May, the 272-page hardcover photo book is the storybook tale of one young band’s rise to superstardom, as well as the build up to their highly anticipated follow-up album, "Into The Wild Life". This book and its contents will take you journey that is equal parts raw, unnerving, humorous, inspiring and utterly magical. "To Hale And Back" is your living proof that rock music is certainly far from dead.

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HALESTORM's new album, "Into The Wild Life", is due out on April 14.


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