ALLHELLUJA: 'Pain Is The Game' To Receive Japanese Release In October

ALLHELLUJA, the Danish/Italian project featuring HATESPHERE frontman Jacob Bredahl and Stefano Longhi from Scarlet Records, will release its sophomore album, "Pain is the Game", in Japan on October 25 via Soundholic.

As previously reported, ALLHELLUJA has posted a song from "Pain is the Game", entitled "I'm Not the One", at this location.

Due September 11 in Italy and September 25 in the rest of Europe via Scarlet, "Pain is the Game" features "amazing artwork" by Chad Michael Ward (whose previous collaborations include such renowed artists as MARILYN MANSON, BILLY IDOL and SLASH, among others). Jacob Bredahl produced the album once again and Tue Madsen (THE HAUNTED, SICK OF IT ALL, HEAVEN SHALL BURN, MNEMIC) took care of the mastering duties.

ALLHELLUJA's debut album, "Inferno Museum", was released in the U.S. in January. Distributed by Caroline, and promoted and marketed by Season Of Mist USA, the CD was originally issued in Europe in May 2005 via Scarlet.


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