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Tension - Hellion Sounds - Baroque (CD, Album)

9 thoughts on “ Tension - Hellion Sounds - Baroque (CD, Album)

  1. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Hellion - The Black Book at Discogs. Complete your Hellion collection.4/5(25).
  2. [HSCD] Baroque (C67)\ Hellion Sounds — The Morning Grow (Ys I Ancient Ys Vanished).flac MB [HSCD] Baroque (C67)\ Hellion Sounds — Tension (Ys I Ancient Ys Vanished).flac MB [HSCD] Baroque (C67)\ Hellion Sounds — Varestain Castle (Ys III Wanderers from Ys).flac MB.
  3. Hellions, one of Australia's most exciting bands have released their 4th studio album 'Rue'. Hellions scored triple J feature album and an ARIA award nomination for Best Hard Rock / Heavy Metal Album.
  4. Hellion was a fugacious metal band from Buenos Aires, Argentina, they had a short but intense career during early to mids, when heavy metal became popular over there. Released in by the local PAM label, the sound of this "Hellion" is quite exciting, something from AC/DC here, something from Judas Priest there, and the awesome vocals of.
  5. The first of three HELLION albums set for release this year is a 2-disc anthology titled "To Hellion And Back", which will be released on April 1, and the first 1, copies will be autographed by.
  6. Hellion Records has done it again--a traditional US power metal-heavy metal gem that sounds like a classic American metal album from Musically not too different from the latest Twisted Tower Dire album, but with shorter and tighter songs.
  7. If you notice that a particular Hellion CD release or compilation is missing from the list above, please submit that CD using the CD submission page. The ultimate goal is to make the discographies here at Heavy Harmonies as complete as possible. Even if it is an obscure greatest-hits or live compilation CD, we want to add it to the site.
  8. Apr 18,  · Hellion- “To Hellion and Back”- Hellion was born in and was part of the underground metal scene beginning to bubble over in the Los Angeles area. Take the heaviness and occult imagery of W.A.S.P. and mix in a lethal dose of classic metal riffage and melody delivered by a female singer and its easy to see why Hellion was sadly way ahead.

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