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HELLOWEEN Begins Recording New Album

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  • Robert B
    Veteran German metallers HELLOWEEN entered singer Andi Deris Mi Sueno Studios in Tenerife, Spain today (Friday, May 11) to begin recoding the as-yet-untitled
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      Veteran German metallers HELLOWEEN entered singer Andi
      Deris' Mi Sueno Studios in Tenerife, Spain today
      (Friday, May 11) to begin recoding the as-yet-untitled
      follow-up to the highly acclaimed and successful
      "Keeper of the Seven Keys – The Legacy" studio album,
      the double live CD "Live in Sao Paulo" and the double
      live DVD "Live on 3 Continents". According to
      HELLOWEEN's management, Bottom Row Promotion, the band
      has once again teamed up with longtime producer
      Charlie Bauerfeind (BLIND GUARDIAN, SAXON). The
      planned release date is Halloween, October 31. The
      group will kick off a world tour mid-November in
      Europe, to be followed by Southeast Asia, and North
      and South America in the first half of 2008.

      HELLOWEEN's "Keeper of the Seven Keys – The Legacy
      World Tour 2005/2006 Live on 3 Continents" DVD/CD
      registered the following first-week chart positions in
      Europe: Germany: #9 (DVD), #58 (CD); Sweden: #9 (DVD);
      France: #10 (DVD). The film footage comes on a DVD 9
      featuring PAL and NTSC versions, the audio formats
      Dolby Digital 2.0 and Dolby Digital 5.1, and an
      overall playing time of around 280 minutes. Some
      tracks feature a special multi-media tool which allows
      the listener to switch between the different shows.
      The double CD consists of 12 songs with an overall
      playing time of almost two hours, including the two
      bonus tracks, "Occasion Avenue" and "Halloween",
      recorded in Tokyo and at the Masters of Rock in
      Vizovice, Czechia. The material was mixed by Charlie
      Bauerfeind.

      HELLOWEEN in August 2006 cancelled its previously
      scheduled North American tour due to "unforeseen
      logistical and organizational problems. . . Despite
      good advance ticket sales (where pre-sales already
      where available), North American organizers of the
      tour could not guarantee an economical and adequate
      routing of the tour," the group said in a statement.
      "Therefore a consequent cancellation two months before
      tour start seemed [to] the band management to be the
      fairest for fans and promoters at this point."



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