21:02 - Redn1ght Hmm. Imagine if all of Senmuth and Buckethead albums were made into a set of physical CDs with those cases, how much would they weight together? :P
20:57 - 3rdWorld @Hex In comparison, there was only 4 albums from Buckethead in the months of Jan-feb in 2014 whereas we have a 6th album and 7th one already announced with more likely to follow in february. Dayum
The new video of Hell:on for the song "Hunt" has been posted online. The song is out from the eponymous full-length album, released in 2013 by British label Ferrrum. The album features guest appearances by Andy LaRocque (King Diamond) and Marek "Spider" Pajak (Vader). The video was filmed at a recent concert with Khors and Rotting Christ in Bingo club (Kiev, Ukraine). Watch it now.
Hell:on have recently wrapped up the recording of their new album and presented the cover artwork of the future release. The artwork was done by Seth Siro Anton, lead singer of maniacs Septicflesh and can be seen below. The album will be released at the end of November by Ferrrum Records. Remember that previously the band announced Andy LaRocque (King Diamond) and Marek Pajak (Vader) as special guests on the album.
Vader's guitarist Marek "Spider" Pająk has recently recorded guitar solo parts for the new Hell:on album. The Ukrainian thrash metal band is currently finishing recording in T.A. Productions, working on their fourth full-length album that has been titled The Hunt. This new offering will be released this fall following last year's Age Of Oblivion.
Thrashers Hell:on just started working on a new album that will be coming out in the autumn. The band has also announced the first special guest on the record - Andy LaRocque, a Swedish guitarist well known for his work with King Diamond, Death, At The Gates and others.
Ukrainian thrash/groove metal act Hell:on has announced on their MySpace page that they are working on their third album and the follow-up to 2008's Re:Born. One of the special guests on the album will be Jeff Waters from Canadian thrashers Annihilator.