HALLOWS EVE Frontman Explains Lyrical Concept Behind New CD

Bassist/vocalist Tommy Stewart of the reunited Atlanta-based thrashers HALLOWS EVE recently took time out to write an explanation for the lyrical content in each song on the group's newly released fourth album, "Evil Never Dies". Read it at this location.

"Evil Never Dies" was recorded at Van Gogh Studios in Atlanta with co-producer Chris Gailfoil. The album follows the release of a two-track single, "Evil Offerings", which was recorded at Van Gogh last year.

The single, the group's first official release in 16 years, featured founding members Tommy Stewart on bass and vocals, and Skullator on guitar and lead vocals, along with Brandon Ottinger on guitar and Dane Jensen on drums.

HALLOWS EVE were recently chosen, along with other bands, to be part of an indie film, to be will be shown in art houses and released in stores as a DVD. The film, which is being pitched to HBO, is said to be about the events involving artists and bands from Atlanta, Georgia. HALLOWS EVE were interviewed and rehearsed on film on a normal day.


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