Heaven and Hell Reveals New Album Details
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The first full-length album from the British heavy metal pioneers Heaven and Hell since 1995's "Forbidden" is set to be released somewhere in late April of this year under the name Heaven and Hell. In addition to the fact that the album is to have 10 tracks such as "Rock N' Roll Jesus," "Neverwhere," "Breaking into Heaven," "Bible Black," and "Atom & Evil," the band has revealed that they're producing it alongside engineer Mike Exeter (who also produced Iommi's "Fuse" album). There's no word of whether there's going to be a Japanese bonus track. Joe Slieger had some commentary concerning Japanese bonus tracks, which can be read here. He'd also like you to look further into Classic Rock's interview with him for more details.
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