HELL Confirmed as special guests to Accept at The Forum
One of the true founding fathers of occult metal, HELL are very pleased to announce that they will be performing as special guests alongside German metal legends ACCEPT at their highly anticipated upcoming London show.
HELL guitarist Andy Sneap declared the following:
“Hell are delighted to announce that we have been asked to join Accept as special guests at their show at The Forum, London, Monday December 7th.
We had a great time touring Europe with them in 2012. Back in 1984 I was going to see both Hell and Accept in the UK, granted one was in a pub and the other at Donington, but both were brilliant nonetheless. It's only taken 31 years and I'd never have believed it back then but we are very much looking forward to sharing the stage with our Teutonic brothers in London on Dec 7th.”
Accept and Hell will be laying waste to the UK on this coming December 7th.You can order tickets to this momentous event here.http://theforumlondon.com/listings/date/2015/12/7/
Risen from their own legacy (having disbanded in 1987) HELL were reincarnated in 2011 with the addition of Andy Sneap (guitar) and David Bower (vocals) joining original members Kev Bower (guitar and keys), Tony Speakman (bass) and Tim Bowler (drums). They have since released two new studio albums and one EP via Nuclear Blast with latest creation ‘Curse And Chapter’ (2013) receiving widespread critical recognition. The album consisted of more or less 50% old material and 50% new material – the band keen to move forwards with their new creative structure whilst still celebrating their history. With ‘Curse And Chapter’ a hellish play on the English saying ‘Chapter And Verse’, the album pays homage to their favored themes such as historical, political and religious persecution, intolerance and prejudice plus the invoking of some good old fashioned myths and legends.
Hell are cited as a huge indirect influence to countless bands spanning multiple genres, formed in 1982 from the remnants of British metal bands ‘Race Against Time’ and ‘Paralex’ they then disbanded in 1987 with only two demos to their name. Twenty nine years after the band was founded, Hell finally released their debut album ‘Human Remains’ (2011) – produced by their own guitarist and world renowned record producer Andy Sneap (Megadeth, Arch Enemy).