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Cover Art For New LP "Keep It Hellish" Revealed By Hellish War

Brazilian traditional metal act Hellish War unveiled the cover artwork for the band's upcoming third LP "Keep It Hellish." The album marks the band's first for new label Pure Steel Records as well as new vocalist Bil Martins (DarkWitch/Ex-Heavenly Kingdom), who replaced Roger Hammer last year. The album drops June 10th in Brazil and June 28th in Europe.

"Keep It Hellish" was produced by Ricardo Piccoli at PiccoliStudio in Biella, Italy and will contain the tracks "Keep It Hellish", "The Challenge", "Reflects On The Blade", "Fire And Killing", "Scars (Underneath Your Skin)", "Masters Of Wreckage", "Phanton Ship", "The Quest", "Darkness Ride" and "Battle At Sea".

The artwork (shown below) was once again painted by Eduardo Burato, who created the band's previous two studio albums, "Defender Of Metal" (2001) and "Heroes Of Tomorrow" (2008).

Drummer Daniel Person commented on the album and the cover: "'Keep It Hellish' is Hellish War's most heavy, fast and best finished album. The band's identity is intact and this is a heavy metal album from the begining to the end, full of strong choruses - something I really miss on the brazilian heavy metal nowadays - and, of course, this is the premier of Bill Martins which is, in my opinion, one of the five best metal vocalists from Brazil. The cool thing about the album cover is that it represents all these elements when connecting to the band's history - we have the return of Guillis, the same warrior that appears on the cover of our first album, that was also painted by Eduardo Burato."

This fall, the band will embark on its second European Tour, commencing on October, 12th at Downi in Worblaufen, Switzerland.

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