Halloween | E.vil P.ieces

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E.vil P.ieces

by Halloween

Old school metal with an agressive edge. Judas Priest & Alice Cooper had an evil baby... lol
Genre: Metal/Punk: Heavy Metal
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1. Angel Of Evil
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2:32 $0.99
2. Hell
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3:09 $0.99
3. Don't Metal With Evil '06
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3:03 $0.99
4. Evil Nation '06
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2:40 $0.99
5. To Fight The Beast '06
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3:35 $0.99
6. Go To Hell
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4:45 album only
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Album Notes
"The most famous un-signed band in the world"...A never ending testament of persistance, endurance and tenacity. What once was...still is and forever will be... With the release of Horror Fire, (their 5th official offering),and the brand new EP E.vil P.ieces 6/6/6, Detroit's Halloween, continues their legacy as one of metal's premiere, underground acts. Screaming from the speakers, come tales of temptation, torment and mystery, years of pent up energy and life changing experiances, as the macbre' imagery overloads your visual senses and plays tricks and treats on your mind. Twisting and turning through the maze of subject matter that is horror... Loud, proud and unconditional this band rocks to it's own set of rules. Rock, Metal, New Metal, Death Metal, Doom, Speed Metal, Gothic, Classic, Old School, Hair Band, whatever you need to call them, just make sure you call them Halloween...and call on them often...Influenced by the obvious as well as the obscure, it's easy to generalize and assume the origins and intent of this now 5 piece metallic machine. (But you know where, that will get you...) Looks like... horror, sounds like...Halloween. A dark and ominus / intense stage show that has grown to epic proportions over the years. A show that started from simple beginnings (just decorations on the wall), now world famous and still highly sought after, along with a collection of metal masterpieces that have stood the test of time and number in the hundreds. Every day to us is Halloween and it could be for you too...Once you begin, you will be haunted for life...Are you afraid? We dare you... to join us!


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Darren Eschbach

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Toine van Poorten, NL

Halloween are back with a bang!
When the band starts off with “Angel Of Evil” on this twenty minutes six tracker, I am already gone! The sound of the Detroit based HALLOWEEN, in combination with their world famous horror show is simply unbeatable! And to me, they are one of the ultimate US metal acts out there. It’s a short song, which contains all the ingredients that you need for a good metal song. Great singing, a good guitar solo and played at full speed. “Hell” contains a bit more PANTERA like grooves, but the voice of Brian Thomas is so recognisable, turning it into another fine HALLOWEEN classic. After that we hear three ‘old classics’ in a stunning 2006 version. “Don’t Metal With Evil”, “Evil Nation” and “To Fight The Beast” get this treatment and I think, they all stood the test of time pretty easily. Last, but definitely not least, you can go to hell, if you don’t like these five songs already. Sorry, but then you’re definitely listening to the wrong band. The German band is spelled as HELLOWEEN. Oh, by the way, the last song is called “Go To Hell” and it’s a cover of the old ALICE COOPER classic, which matches very well to the sound and image of this Detroit US Metal outfit. Just listen to the voice of Brian. You can’t tell the difference between Brian and Alice, can you? And this is only the beginning, the review of the full-length album will be on next. It’s good to hear that the guys, who created ‘The Heavy Metal Horror Show’ are back with a bang!