HolyHell

HolyHell is a Symphonic power metal band, formed in 2005 in New York, United States, who are being produced by Joey DeMaio of Manowar. The band has delayed the release of their debut album, choosing instead to tour with Manowar and Rhapsody of Fire. In concert, they play a cover of “The Phantom of the Opera” with Eric Adams of Manowar and Maria Breon on vocals. The band have since performed at Magic Circle Festival 2007, toured in Bulgaria and most recently appeared at Magic Circle festival 2008 performing their usual set as well as 2 songs from their as of yet unreleased debut album and a cover of Dio’s classic song “Holy Diver”.

Their first MCD “Apocalypse” was released on March 23, 2007. After two years, their first full-length album “Holyhell”, was released on June 26, 2009. It was mixed and mastered in Galaxy Studios, Belgium – one of Europe’s most renowned studios, award-winning sound engineer Ronald Prent and the two time Grammy Award winner Darcy Proper are responsible for the finishing touches.

Other Information

  • Origin: New York, United States
  • Genres: Symphonic power metal, Symphonic metal, Power metal
  • Years active: 2005-present
  • Labels: Magic Circle Music
  • Associated acts: Manowar, The Reign of Terror
  • Website: http://www.holyhell.com
  • Members:
  1. Maria Breon – vocals
  2. Joe Stump – guitars
  3. Francisco Palomo – keyboards
  4. Jay Rigney – bass
  5. Kenny Earl “Rhino” Edwards – drums

Videos

Releases

Full-length

  • HolyHell (2009)

EP

  • Apocalypse (2007)

Links

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~ by molco on July 29, 2009.

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