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HELL | 'Curse & Chapter' out now + Andy Sneap and Kev Bower talk about the album title and themes | FESTIVALPHOTO

HELL | 'Curse & Chapter' out now + Andy Sneap and Kev Bower talk about the album title and themes

Revived Occult Metal pioneers HELL release their second full-length album 'Curse And Chapter' today, which includes a bonus DVD offering six songs from the band's show at the Darwin Suite Assembly Rooms in Derby on February 23rd 2013, plus additional material recorded at this year's Bloodstock Open Air Festival. We decided to sit Andy Sneap and Kev Bower in front of a camera recently to quiz them about the new album's title and themes.

Watch the official video for 'Darkhangel', which features on the DVD:

The track list for 'Curse And Chapter' reads as follows:

01. Gehennae Incendiis
02. The Age Of Nefarious
03. The Disposer Supreme
04. Darkhangel
05. Harbinger Of Death
06. End Ov Days
07. Deathsquad
08. Something Wicked This Way Comes
09. Faith Will Fall
10. Land Of The Living Dead
11. Deliver Us From Evil
12. A Vespertine Legacy

1. Let Battle Commence
2. Something Wicked This Way Comes
3. Plague And Fyre
4. The Devil’s Deadly Weapon
5. Save Us From Those Who Would Save Us
6. Darkhangel
7. The Quest
8. Blasphemy And The Master

Order 'Curse & Chapter':
CD + DVD -
Vinyl -
CD or CD+DVD inc signed artcard -

Andy Sneap, who also produced the record, commented on the band's new release: "This time around the album consists of around 50% old material 50% new. We really see this as a band that’s moving forward rather than a nostalgia trip, obviously there's a lot of history within the band, but there's also a whole world of ideas we want to get out. I'm super happy with how things are shaping up, it feels more like a band on this record to me than the first, which I guess is just a natural progression of everyone playing together a lot more over the last couple of years."

Concerning the lyrical content, vocalist David Bower added: "Alongside some of our favourite themes of historical, political and religious persecution, intolerance and prejudice, you will find some good old fashioned myths and legends being invoked and reinterpreted in our own inimitable way. We also have some songs in which the listener will be implicitly invited to solve the clues contained in the lyrics in order to find the meaning of the stories for themselves. Being completely aware that many people interpret things in ways that writers do not expect as a matter of course, it seemed logical to take that idea a little further." | |

Skribent: Anthony May
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