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MessageSujet: Helloween new album   Ven 12 Oct - 14:34

Helloween vient d'annoncer le tracklisting du nouvel album à venir "Straight Out of hell" prévu pour janvier:

1. Nabataea – 7:03
2. World of War – 4:56
3. Live Now! – 3:10
4. Far from the Stars – 4:41
5. Burning Sun – 5:33
6. Waiting for the Thunder – 3:53
7. Hold me in your Arms – 5:10
8. Wanna be GOD – 2:02
9. Straight out of Hell – 4:33
10. Asshole – 4:09
11. Years – 4:22
12. Make Fire Catch the Fly – 4:22
13. Church Breaks Down – 6:06

Une édition limitée contiendra 2 bonustracks

14. Another Shot of Life
15. Burning Sun (Hammond version) dedicated to Jon Lord
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MessageSujet: Re: Helloween new album   Mer 14 Nov - 17:22

HELLOWEEN - Sneak Peak At Straight Out Of Hell Artwork Part 1




Hamburg, Germany-based metal legends HELLOWEEN will release their new
album, Straight Out Of Hell, in Europe on January 18th, and in North
America on January 22nd, 2013. The band will be releasing the artwork
for the album in four stages. Martin Häusler, who was the artist for the
band's celebrated artworks of 7 Sinners and Gambling With The Devil
created the piece.


Check out the first below:





Helloween recently finished the video production of the first single
from Straight Out Of Hell. The six-minute opus for 'Nabataea' develops
on several levels, including 3-D animation at motion picture level. The
legendary kingdom Nabataea provides the atmospherically dense reference
for the strong first release from Helloween’s new album.





Do we really have to worry? Is our civilization standing right on
the edge of the abyss? Is the Maya calendar actually right, predicting
the end of the world on December 21, 2012? New age circles are convinced
that the apocalyptic prophecy can be derived from the Mesoamerican
civilization's calendar.


“Complete bullshit”, reckons Andi Deris, singer of Helloween. “We
will all survive the year 2012 and face an even more positive and
energetic future.”


Helloween
have documented how this future could look like, or rather
sound like, on Straight Out Of Hell. It’s a work full of speed and
toughness, with optimism and great joy of playing, featuring complex
arrangements, strong hooks and plenty of catchy melodies. Or, to let the
facts speak for themself: 13 mostly fast-paced songs that turn out to
be impressively multi-layered and will completely delight all Helloween
fans, due to the different songwriters Andi Deris, founding members
Michael Weikath and Markus Grosskopf, and guitarist Sascha Gerstner.


Weikath: “Straight Out Of Hell is the consequent development of the
two albums before. 7 Sinners was recorded more or less in the wake of
Gambling With The Devil, while the new songs are a continuation of the 7
Sinners directives, only a little less doom bound and noticeably more
positive. These songs will kick even the laziest listener’s ass.”


Helloween’s guitarist is referring to tracks such as 'Make Fire
Catch The Fly', 'Far From the Stars', 'Church Breaks Down', the title
track (written by bass player Markus Grosskopf), and the straightforward
'Years' – all of them racing through the terrain at full speed. In
addition, there is the complex and passionate 'Burning Sun' by Michael
Weikath, which Deris refers to short and sweet as “one of Weik’s
highspeed masterpieces” (the limited edition will feature a special
Hammond version in memory of DEEP PURPLE’s recently deceased organ
player JON LORD). 'World Of War' by Sascha Gerstner convinces with
thrashy guitar riffs, demonstrating Helloween’s impressive virtuosity.


Deris: “What’s so special about this band, is the fact that we were
always allowed to do anything we wanted, or – even if we allegedly
weren't – did it anyway. Even the at the time slightly tabooed The Dark
Ride initially earned us negative reviews, but ended up with multiple
Gold Awards. That’s the kind of freedom you feel on Straight Out Of Hell
as well – we didn't let anybody or anything put pressure on us.”





But Helloween wouldn't be Helloween if Straight Out Of Hell would
not feature the band’s other, slightly more groovy side as well. With
'Waiting For The Thunder' Deris has – in his own words – contributed “a
rock song reminding of the old PINK CREAM 69 tunes”. Gerstner lets off
steam on 'Asshole' and complements the album with “Hold Me In Your
Arms”, a wonderful ballad, providing the desired antithesis to the
otherwise extremely energetic record. Speaking of energy: the
determination that has always been an integral part of the Helloween
camp was captured perfectly by their producer Charlie Bauerfeind at the
band’s own MiSueno studio in Tenerife. Bauerfeind consciously created a
raw sound, keeping the edge of Helloween’s new songs and working without
computer-controlled devices.


“With a world-class drummer like Dani Löble in the studio you don’t
need click tracks or computer support”, Markus Grosskopf praises his
drummer. “Thanks to Dani, the whole album breathes pure authenticity,
which distinguishes Straight Out Of Hell from lots of other artists’
productions. In addition, the new album sounds more compact and
homogeneous than 7 Sinners has, and is one of the fastest releases in
Helloween’s history.”


Also, there are significant differences in a number of topics
Helloween tackle on Straight Out Of Hell. The best example of the
ability to think outside the box of pure metal cliché is their first
single release 'Nabataea', which Helloween’s singer wrote during a
holiday. The song is about the legendary kingdom, located in today’s
Middle Eastern region, where the first real democracy existed over 3000
years ago. The secret Nabataean city Petra, hidden behind a cliff
scenery and only discovered at the beginning of the 20th century, is the
origin of many myths and legends.


Deris: “We took the liberty to tell this exciting culture’s whole
story, although the song therefore lasts more than seven minutes. Truth
be told, if there had been more to tell, the track would have been even
longer.”





Straight Out Of Hell tracklisting:


'Nabataea'

'World Of War'

'Live Now!'

'Far From The Stars'

'Burning Sun'

'Waiting For The Thunder'

'Hold Me In Your Arms'

'Wanna Be God'

'Straight Out Of Hell'

'Asshole'

'Years'

'Make Fire Catch The Fly'

'Church Breaks Down'


Limited Edition bonus tracks:



'Another Shot Of Life'

'Burning Sun'
(Hammond version) - dedicated to Jon Lord
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MessageSujet: Re: Helloween new album   Jeu 15 Nov - 17:26

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MessageSujet: Re: Helloween new album   Sam 17 Nov - 16:48

HELLOWEEN - Cover Artwork For New Album Unveiled




Hamburg, Germany-based metal legends HELLOWEEN will release their new
album, Straight Out Of Hell, in Europe on January 18th, and in North
America on January 22nd, 2013. The cover artwork created by Martin
Häusler, who was the artist for the band's celebrated artworks of 7
Sinners and Gambling With The Devil, can be viewed below:





Helloween recently finished the video production of the first single
from Straight Out Of Hell. The six-minute opus for 'Nabataea' develops
on several levels, including 3-D animation at motion picture level. The
legendary kingdom Nabataea provides the atmospherically dense reference
for the strong first release from Helloween’s new album.





Do we really have to worry? Is our civilization standing right on
the edge of the abyss? Is the Maya calendar actually right, predicting
the end of the world on December 21, 2012? New age circles are convinced
that the apocalyptic prophecy can be derived from the Mesoamerican
civilization's calendar.


“Complete bullshit”, reckons Andi Deris, singer of Helloween. “We
will all survive the year 2012 and face an even more positive and
energetic future.”


Helloween have documented how this future could look like, or rather
sound like, on Straight Out Of Hell. It’s a work full of speed and
toughness, with optimism and great joy of playing, featuring complex
arrangements, strong hooks and plenty of catchy melodies. Or, to let the
facts speak for themself: 13 mostly fast-paced songs that turn out to
be impressively multi-layered and will completely delight all Helloween
fans, due to the different songwriters Andi Deris, founding members
Michael Weikath and Markus Grosskopf, and guitarist Sascha Gerstner.


Weikath: “Straight Out Of Hell is the consequent development of the
two albums before. 7 Sinners was recorded more or less in the wake of
Gambling With The Devil, while the new songs are a continuation of the 7
Sinners directives, only a little less doom bound and noticeably more
positive. These songs will kick even the laziest listener’s ass.”


Helloween’s guitarist is referring to tracks such as 'Make Fire
Catch The Fly'
, 'Far From the Stars', 'Church Breaks Down', the title
track (written by bass player Markus Grosskopf), and the straightforward
'Years' – all of them racing through the terrain at full speed. In
addition, there is the complex and passionate 'Burning Sun' by Michael
Weikath, which Deris refers to short and sweet as “one of Weik’s
highspeed masterpieces” (the limited edition will feature a special
Hammond version in memory of DEEP PURPLE’s recently deceased organ
player JON LORD). 'World Of War' by Sascha Gerstner convinces with
thrashy guitar riffs, demonstrating Helloween’s impressive virtuosity.


Deris: “What’s so special about this band, is the fact that we were
always allowed to do anything we wanted, or – even if we allegedly
weren't – did it anyway. Even the at the time slightly tabooed The Dark
Ride initially earned us negative reviews, but ended up with multiple
Gold Awards. That’s the kind of freedom you feel on Straight Out Of Hell
as well – we didn't let anybody or anything put pressure on us.”





But Helloween wouldn't be Helloween if Straight Out Of Hell would
not feature the band’s other, slightly more groovy side as well. With
'Waiting For The Thunder' Deris has – in his own words – contributed “a
rock song reminding of the old PINK CREAM 69 tunes”. Gerstner lets off
steam on 'Asshole' and complements the album with “Hold Me In Your
Arms”, a wonderful ballad, providing the desired antithesis to the
otherwise extremely energetic record. Speaking of energy: the
determination that has always been an integral part of the Helloween
camp was captured perfectly by their producer Charlie Bauerfeind at the
band’s own MiSueno studio in Tenerife. Bauerfeind consciously created a
raw sound, keeping the edge of Helloween’s new songs and working without
computer-controlled devices.


“With a world-class drummer like Dani Löble in the studio you don’t
need click tracks or computer support”, Markus Grosskopf praises his
drummer. “Thanks to Dani, the whole album breathes pure authenticity,
which distinguishes Straight Out Of Hell from lots of other artists’
productions. In addition, the new album sounds more compact and
homogeneous than 7 Sinners has, and is one of the fastest releases in
Helloween’s history.”


Also, there are significant differences in a number of topics
Helloween tackle on Straight Out Of Hell. The best example of the
ability to think outside the box of pure metal cliché is their first
single release 'Nabataea', which Helloween’s singer wrote during a
holiday. The song is about the legendary kingdom, located in today’s
Middle Eastern region, where the first real democracy existed over 3000
years ago. The secret Nabataean city Petra, hidden behind a cliff
scenery and only discovered at the beginning of the 20th century, is the
origin of many myths and legends.


Deris: “We took the liberty to tell this exciting culture’s whole
story, although the song therefore lasts more than seven minutes. Truth
be told, if there had been more to tell, the track would have been even
longer.”


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MessageSujet: Re: Helloween new album   Sam 5 Jan - 18:28

HELLOWEEN - Straight Out Of Hell Track By Track Day 1: 'Nabataea'




Long-running German metallers HELLOWEEN are offering up track-by-track
commentary of their entire new album each day for the next 13 days.
Straight Out Of Hell,
is due for release in North America on January
22nd.






Helloween recently released the official video for the first single
from Straight Out Of Hell. The six-minute opus for 'Nabataea' develops
on several levels, including 3-D animation at motion picture level. The
legendary kingdom Nabataea provides the atmospherically dense reference
for the strong first release from Helloween’s new album. Check it out
below:

Helloween "Nabataea"


http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=mBpXBbO6o9k

Helloween have documented how this future could look like, or rather
sound like, on Straight Out Of Hell. It’s a work full of speed and
toughness, with optimism and great joy of playing, featuring complex
arrangements, strong hooks and plenty of catchy melodies. Or, to let the
facts speak for themself: 13 mostly fast-paced songs that turn out to
be impressively multi-layered and will completely delight all Helloween
fans, due to the different songwriters Andi Deris, founding members
Michael Weikath and Markus Grosskopf, and guitarist Sascha Gerstner.





Weikath: “Straight Out Of Hell is the consequent development of the
two albums before. 7 Sinners was recorded more or less in the wake of
Gambling With The Devil, while the new songs are a continuation of the 7
Sinners directives, only a little less doom bound and noticeably more
positive. These songs will kick even the laziest listener’s ass.”


Helloween’s guitarist is referring to tracks such as 'Make Fire
Catch The Fly',
'Far From the Stars', 'Church Breaks Down', the title
track (written by bass player Markus Grosskopf), and the straightforward
'Years' – all of them racing through the terrain at full speed. In
addition, there is the complex and passionate 'Burning Sun' by Michael
Weikath, which Deris refers to short and sweet as “one of Weik’s
highspeed masterpieces” (the limited edition will feature a special
Hammond version in memory of DEEP PURPLE’s recently deceased organ
player JON LORD). 'World Of War' by Sascha Gerstner convinces with
thrashy guitar riffs, demonstrating Helloween’s impressive virtuosity.


Deris: “What’s so special about this band, is the fact that we were
always allowed to do anything we wanted, or – even if we allegedly
weren't – did it anyway. Even the at the time slightly tabooed The Dark
Ride initially earned us negative reviews, but ended up with multiple
Gold Awards. That’s the kind of freedom you feel on Straight Out Of Hell
as well – we didn't let anybody or anything put pressure on us.”





But Helloween wouldn't be Helloween if Straight Out Of Hell would
not feature the band’s other, slightly more groovy side as well. With
'Waiting For The Thunder' Deris has – in his own words – contributed “a
rock song reminding of the old PINK CREAM 69 tunes”. Gerstner lets off
steam on 'Asshole' and complements the album with “Hold Me In Your
Arms”, a wonderful ballad, providing the desired antithesis to the
otherwise extremely energetic record. Speaking of energy: the
determination that has always been an integral part of the Helloween
camp was captured perfectly by their producer Charlie Bauerfeind at the
band’s own MiSueno studio in Tenerife. Bauerfeind consciously created a
raw sound, keeping the edge of Helloween’s new songs and working without
computer-controlled devices.


“With a world-class drummer like Dani Löble in the studio you don’t
need click tracks or computer support”, Markus Grosskopf praises his
drummer. “Thanks to Dani, the whole album breathes pure authenticity,
which distinguishes Straight Out Of Hell from lots of other artists’
productions. In addition, the new album sounds more compact and
homogeneous than 7 Sinners has, and is one of the fastest releases in
Helloween’s history.”


Also, there are significant differences in a number of topics
Helloween
tackle on Straight Out Of Hell. The best example of the
ability to think outside the box of pure metal cliché is their first
single release 'Nabataea', which Helloween’s singer wrote during a
holiday. The song is about the legendary kingdom, located in today’s
Middle Eastern region, where the first real democracy existed over 3000
years ago. The secret Nabataean city Petra, hidden behind a cliff
scenery and only discovered at the beginning of the 20th century, is the
origin of many myths and legends.




Straight Out Of Hell tracklisting:


'Nabataea'

'World Of War'

'Live Now!'

'Far From The Stars'

'Burning Sun'

'Waiting For The Thunder'

'Hold Me In Your Arms'

'Wanna Be God'

'Straight Out Of Hell'

'Asshole'

'Years'

'Make Fire Catch The Fly'

'Church Breaks Down'


Limited Edition bonus tracks:


'Another Shot Of Life'

'Burning Sun'
(Hammond version) - dedicated to Jon Lord


The Hellish Rock Tour in 2007/2008 featured HELLOWEEN and their very
special guests GAMMA RAY, which played 95 shows in 34 countries and left
ecstatic metal fans in Europe, Asia, North and Latin America in their
wake. Hellish Rock Tour Part II has been announced and will start in
February 2013 in Europe and go around the globe, once again featuring
Gamma Ray.




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MessageSujet: Re: Helloween new album   Dim 6 Jan - 18:23

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MessageSujet: Re: Helloween new album   Mar 5 Fév - 20:06

HELLOWEEN - Into The Fire




By Carl Begai


"Andi Deris sounds like a hamster being pushed through a pencil sharpener."


The steaming little nugget above directed at HELLOWEEN's vocalist
can be found on YouTube. It was slapped down by a keyboard warrior from
somewhere on this planet as his or her take on 'Nabataea', the first
single from Helloween's new album Straight Out Of Hell. Hardly
surprising given the faceless stone-throwing that goes on in this mighty
digital age, and worth exactly nothing given the band's current and
ongoing popularity. Sure, said "critic" is no doubt a diehard fan of
original Helloween singer Michael Kiske - revered by many as one of the
greatest metal singers of our time - but Deris has been on board for 20
years to Kiske's seven and Helloween is still kicking up a storm.





"Those people are actually a minority, and as you know from your
business it's the smallest that always shout the loudest," says an
unperturbed Michael Weikath, one of Helloween's founding guitarists.
"I'm not saying this to dumb down these people because they have a right
to say those things, but it doesn't help me fill my cup so I don’t
worry about those kinds of negative opinions."


Get beyond the mudslinging and 'Nabataea' has all the birthmarks of
classic old school Helloween, setting the tone for the full album. The
instantly memorable guitar riffs, soaring vocals, epic drums, and some
not so subtle tips of the hat to their past (see 'Halloween' from Keeper
Of The Seven Keys: Pt 1
). The fans coudn't have asked or bargained for a
better introduction to the record.


"It's strange," Weikath says. "We asked around, management asked
around, and what we kept hearing was how much everybody liked that
'Nabataea'
track. It wasn't entirely clear from the start. You send the
stuff to someone and they say ''Nabataea' rocks!' so that ends up being
the first song off the album. It's up to par in certain areas, but
there's something about this album, definitely. You can clearly tell
from the feedback that there is a particular magic about it. Maybe it's
more than the last one, I don't know."


Since the release of 'Nabataea' the band has received plenty of love
from their fanbase. Straight Out Of Hell is anything but a
disappointment, having been compared to their massive 1996 wallop Time
Of The Oath
by some people, and pegged by the majority as the worthy
follow-up to Helloween's last outing, 7 Sinners (2010). Read the reviews
and interviews; there's no shortage of ass-kissing from an impressed
and, in some cases, utterly gobsmacked public.


"I like having my ass kissed," Weikath deadpans. "I'm just not
supposed to admit to it. And all those tracks are just fucking great."





As a fan it's hard to argue with Weikath on that score. And it's
fair to say Straight Out Of Hell reaffirms Helloween as a viable entity,
an opinion that has built serious momentum since 2007's Gambling With
The Devil album.


"You can say so, but that's due to a steady line-up. Not everyone
likes every character in the band but it seems that the majority of fans
don't freaking care. Those people just care about a functioning band,
something they can associate themselves with. They can see that we've
done four or five records over the last 10 years and they're used to us
as this line-up. I liked when Cozy Powell was in RAINBOW, I liked when
Graham Bonnett was in there, and I hated to see them go. As a fan I said
'I want to hear more from that guy.' You never know how the guy is as a
person, but as a fan you get used to having them in the band. Next
thing I know, Graham Bonnett was in the MICHAEL SCHENKER GROUP and I was
like 'Yeah man, wow!' You want these things to last and you're sad when
things change."


No question, the band was in a good place going in to make Straight
Out Of Hell. From what Weikath says the creative process wasn't the
chore it could have been.


"Making the album was easy because there was so much stuff to pick
from. We were able to say 'Okay, this song will be the B-side and that
one will be the bonus track...' Charlie (Bauerfeind/producer) said he
wanted the album to be more in the classic Helloween vein with the big
vocals and big guitars, lots of harmonies, but he wanted to keep the
modern elements as well and make sure it had a lot of variety. So it
shall be written, so it shall be done (laughs). The one thing he didn't
want was something dark."


Bauerfeind has been behind the board for Helloween since 2000 and
The Dark Ride, an album that wasn't a huge success and one that Weikath
has admitted in previous interviews he can do without. Producer and band
have come a long way together since then...





"He's never been a purveyor of the idea of doing The Dark Ride,"
says Weikath, clearing Bauerfeind of any supposed wrongdoing. "It was
more a suggestion from management and the band itself. Everybody was
hooked on dark and negative and Seattle stuff, and that was the general
feel of the world at that time. I just exclude myself from that because I
was sick of reading in magazines about what I have to hear, what's
better, what's more modern during those times. I'd pick up the new issue
of Metal Hammer and it was always like, 'Oh, don't listen to Riot, it's
too old fashioned. You have to listen to this and that band...' It was
as if everyone woke up one day and said 'Yeah, now you have to think
about negative and dark things...' and that went on for about eight
years. The Dark Ride was done during that time. It wasn't Charlie's
fault; he just did what we said. Actually, after doing all kinds of
Helloween sound-alike bands Charlie got to do his first real Helloween
record, and he was expected to do something dark. He thought that was
strange."


Straight Out Of Hell boasts a total of 15 songs depending on the
chosen edition. Now at the ripe young age of 50, Weikath admits that it
"always" bugs him when the powers-that-be insist on loading an album
with material.


"It bores the heck out of me. I appreciate an album where there's
six or seven tracks. I like the classic SCORPIONS, ACCEPT or JUDAS
PRIEST
albums; they were ideal. I don't want a Judas Priest album with
12 tracks on it unless they're as good as British Steel or Defenders Of
The Faith. Even Defenders Of The Faith is a bit long for me."





"It's strange," he continues. "People arguably want larger screens
on their freaking smart phones. What for? You have to learn that
sometimes people want things that are different from what you consider
practical or good or cool. I see a majority of people that want to go in
a certain direction and I sit here wondering why. So, 13 tracks, 10
tracks, eight tracks or what? I long for a time when people were less
greedy. Back then there was always quality instead of quantity; that's
what's being said as a measure and I agree. And now the big thing is to
do double albums, like we weren't supposed to do with the Keeper records
even though we came up with enough material at one time for a possible
Keeper Of The Seven Keys
double album. Doing that now is doing double
the work for a fifth of the money compared to what artists used to make.
Now people are like baby birds in a nest with their beaks wide open
waiting to be fed, and we keep throwing in more and more songs."


"I don't want to complain too much, though. I don't want to come
across as whining because this is principle stuff. We have good
management, things are running smoothly, you can say we're well
established, but that's been some hard work for us and our management."


In closing, Weikath comments on the upcoming Hellish Rock II World
Tour featuring Helloween and GAMMA RAY hitting the road together
starting at the end of Febtuary. Gamma Ray, of course, is the brainchild
of former/founding Helloween guitarist Kai Hansen launched after he
left the band in 1989, and things haven't always friendly between the
camps. Hansen recently spoke with BW&BK and made it clear there's no
bad blood between them anymore, which is why the first Hellish Rock
Tour in 2007/2008 happened in the first place.


"We received a lot of posts from people saying 'Oh, I couldn't make
it to the show the last time you did the Hellish Rock Tour. Is there a
chance you could do it again?'" says Weikath. "The usual answer would be
(raises voice) 'No! It won't be repeated! That was it and you weren't
there!' But instead we decided to do it a second time. It's almost
ridiculous but we can actually do it. It's crazy to do something that is
in a way completely predictable, but that's what I like about it."


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MessageSujet: Re: Helloween new album   Mar 5 Fév - 20:07

Helloween "Nabataea"


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MessageSujet: Re: Helloween new album   Mer 6 Fév - 23:16

HELLOWEEN - More Straight Out Of Hell Chart Positions Revealed




More first week chart positions have been revealed for HELLOWEEN's new
album, Straight Out Of Hell. The release has now achieved the following
chart entries:


Japan - #2

Czech Republic - #4

Finland - #4

Germany - #4

Sweden - #6

Germany - #10

US - #97





Check out BraveWords scribe Carl Begai's new Helloween story at this location. A BraveWords review of Straight Out Of Hell can be found here.
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MessageSujet: Re: Helloween new album   Aujourd'hui à 15:23

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