Swedish "death-rockers" HELLTRAIN whose members have spent time playing with such acclaimed outfits as SCHEITAN, THE EVERDAWN, GATES OF ISHTAR, DEFLESHED, BATTLELUST, THE MOANING, and RAISED FIST will release their second album, "Rock 'n' Roll Devil", in May via Jimmy Franks Recording Company.The Swedish radio show "Norrbotten", which is broadcast on the Sveriges Radio channel P4, recently aired the title track from the upcoming CD. The show is now available for streaming at this location. (HELLTRAIN is on about 26:20 minutes into the show. You have to allow pop-ups in your browser in order to listen. You might have to select your preferrable media player; just select either Real Player or Windows Media and klick the green "Spara" button.) HELLTRAIN's debut album, "Route 666", was released in 2004 via Nuclear Blast Records. The band's lineup includes Pierre Trnkvist (vocals, guitar), Oskar Karlsson (drums, guitars), and Patrik Trnkvist (guitars, organ, piano, bass). For more information, visit www.helltrain.net.
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