HELLION: Video Footage From The Studio

HELLION: Video Footage From The Studio

Los Angeles-based female-fronted metallers HELLION just released a video blog featuring video and audio snippets of the band recording at Total Access Studios.

The first set of HELLION's new tracks was produced by legendary British studio icon Ken Scott, who has helmed iconic albums, including David Bowie's "Hunky Dory", "The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars", "Aladdin Sane" and "Pinups".

A top producer at Abbey Road Studios, Scott is also acknowledged as one of the five principal engineers for THE BEATLES. He has engineered countless classic works, including George Harrison's "All Things Must Pass", Elton John's "Madman Across The Water", "Honky Chateau" and "Don't Shoot Me I'm Only The Piano Player". Other credits include gold and platinum albums by SUPERTRAMP, David Bowie, MISSING PERSONS, KANSAS, and more.

In 2012, Scott released his autobiography, entitled "Abbey Road To Ziggy Stardust", co-written with Bobby Owsinski. Promotion for the book included a high-profile event at the Los Angeles Grammy Museum.

The musicians enlisted by powerhouse vocalist Ann Boleyn for the new HELLION project include drummer Simon Wright (AC/DC, QUEENSRĊ¸CHE, DIO, DIO DISCIPLES) Swedish import/bassist Bjorn Englen (YNGWIE MALMSTEEN, DIO DISCIPLES), and upstart lead guitarist Maxxxwell Carlisle.

Scott recently said of the comparison between working with David Bowie and Ann Boleyn: "Working with Bowie or working with Ann of HELLION, you've got sheer talent."

Acknowledging Boleyn as the driving force propelling the band, Scott notes: "HELLION was a group of musicians, and over the years, the musicians have changed. The one musician that has always been the same is Ann. So once again, it's new musicians. The one constant thing about HELLION is Ann, and her incredible voice."

Says Wright of working with Boleyn and HELLION: "She's tried to stay true to that heaviness and a certain darkness. She's sticking to the same formula, just different musicians, though."

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