DIGMETALWORLD has released its third compilation album called "Volume Three: The Hell Road". This compilation album contains 15 metal bands from different countries such as Chile, Brazil, Spain, Uruguay, Australia, Sweden and United States.
"Volume Three: The Hell Road" features brand new material from the bands CAGE, LEFUTRAY, TRAYCE, DYNAHEAD, SACRAMENTO, DESECRATED SPHERE, WARCHEST, RATZINGER and special guests such as SACRED OATH, INNER SANCTVM, FROM NOWHERE and former Metal Church singer RONNY MUNROE, plus bonus tracks.
Check out some of the comments about "Volume Three: The Hell Road":
Caio Duarte (DYNAHEAD):
"It's great to be back again with awesome bands from all over the world in the new Digmetalworld compilation. This is once again an unique opportunity to hear some great new music, that is only being kept away from you by the dark sides of the industry. Indie, high quality metal from across the globe, exquisite talent that you may have never heard of, only one click away."
Rob Thorne (SACRED OATH):
"No one works harder to shed light on the underground than Digmetalworld. Ignacio Orellana is a one-man tour de force."
Sean Peck (CAGE):
"Ignacio and Digmetalworld are 100% committed to everything that makes metal great! We are very grateful for all of his help and excited about participating in this fierce assembly of talent found on this compilation. We believe in it so much we put out our lead single of our newest album to be a part of this before any other publication in the world. Hailz!"
Ronny Munroe (former METAL CHURCH):
"Ignacio Orellana really cares about metal music and the heavy metal community and I am happy to be part of the Digmetalworld volume three compilation CD. Your ears are going to bleed!!"
Ivan Vega (RATZINGER):
"We are confident about that this compilation of Digmetalworld, it will honor the idea of living in a globalized world, for the simple fact of gives us the opportunity to be sharing with bands from Australia, USA, Brazil, Spain, which it makes us proud to be part of it and gives it to all of us a sense of global brotherhood. We believe that this work is the first step for future exchanges between bands and musicians worldwide. We appreciate it."