HELLION: Title Of Anthology CD Revealed

California female-fronted metal veterans HELLION have set "To Hellion And Back" as the title of their upcoming anthology CD, which is scheduled for release this summer. The anthology will include fan favorites from all of HELLION's albums.

In 1982, HELLION became the first American metal act with a female singer to achieve international acclaim. Throughout the last three decades, HELLION has shared stages throughout the world with acts such as SLAYER, DIO, EXODUS, WHITESNAKE and many more. HELLION was the first American metal band to to tour in the former Soviet Union (now Russia). HELLION was also the first female-fronted metal act to gain airplay on MTV and VH1.

Pictured below: HELLION singer Ann Boleyn in January 2013 (photo by Alex Solca)

Pictured below: HELLION in 1988 (photo by Neil Zlozower)


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