Brazilian traditional heavy metallers HELLISH WAR have inked a deal with Germany's Pure Steel Records. The band's new studio album, "Keep It Hellish", will be released later in the year.
Produced by Ricardo Piccoli at PiccoliStudio in Biella, Italy, "Keep It Hellish" will mark the recording debut of HELLISH WAR's new vocalist, Bil Martins, and will include 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".
HELLISH WAR previously signed with Pure Steel in 2009 for the re-release of the band's first two albums in Europe. A live album, "Live In Germany", followed in 2010.
In October, HELLISH WAR will embark on its second European tour.
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