HELLOWEEN Checks In From Brazil

German power metallers HELLOWEEN have posted the following message on their web site:

"The Hellish Rock package [HELLOWEEN and GAMMA RAY] finished the Brazilian part of their Latin America tour with two shows to remember: Being the first international metal act ever to perform in Fortaleza, HELLOWEEN played an open-air concert in front of more than 5,000 enthusiastic fans, whereas it was the first time in the band's 25 year history to guest in Recife and 4,000 fans made sure it was definitely not the last time...

"Among many delicious Caipirinhas, further highlights were the show in Manaus, the 1.6 million habitant capital of the Amazoas State (which was one of the hottest shows the band ever played) and Andi's [Deris, vocals] flight over the Amazonas and the surrounding primeval forest.

"HELLOWEEN say a big 'THANK YOU' to over 25,000 faithful Brazilian fans and head towards Peru..."

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