HELLTRAIN: Pro-Shot Footage Of Entire ROCK 'N' SICH Festival Performance
Professionally filmed video footage of the entire June 8, 2013 performance by the Swedish "punk ass rot 'n' roll" band HELLTRAIN at the Rock 'N' Sich festival in Kiev, Ukraine can be seen below. There are also plans to get the footage released as a physical DVD.
HELLTRAIN's latest album, "Death Is Coming", was made available in 2012. Physical albums were released by TPL Records (Scandinavia) and Metalism Records (Russia, Baltic states). The CD was finalized at Dugout Studio in Uppsala, Sweden with producer Daniel Bergstrand (MESHUGGAH, BEHEMOTH, IN FLAMES) at the helm.
Ever since parting ways with Jimmy Franks Recording Company, the record label owned by BLOODHOUND GANG lead singer Jimmy Pop, HELLTRAIN has been working hard on establishing its own indepence. The group has built its own studio and is working with a model where fans can get HELLTRAIN's music for free.
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