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ALLHELLUJA
Pain is the game

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The project was born in 2003 on the idea of ​​Stefano Longhi (drums) and Massimo Gajer (guitar), the singer of Hatesphere and guitarist of Barcode Jacob Bredahl is invited to the microphone, the line-up is completed by bassist Roberto Gelli.

In May 2005 the band’s first LP was released, entitled Inferno Museum of 10 tracks, through Scarlet Records, of which Stefano Longhi himself is one of the owners. Previously, thanks to the first demos, the group had also been contacted by Roadrunner Records. The album receives rave reviews from all major industry magazines and the band is compared to the likes of Entombed, Down, Unsane, Raging Speedhorn, Gluecifer and even Black Sabbath.

In September 2006, the second album entitled Pain is the Game was released, recorded in the Smart ‘n Hard studios owned by Jacob Bredahl and produced by Tue Madsen (Heaven Shall Burn, Mnemic, The Haunted, Sick of it All). The responses were even better than the first LP thanks to a greater variety of songs and a significant improvement in the vocal skills of the Danish singer.

Descrizione

Superband from Italy feat. Jacob Bredahl (Hatesphere) on vocals

Tracklist:

1. Are You Ready? (Ready For Your Massacre)
2. Superhero Motherfucker Superman
3. Hey J
4. I’m Not The One
5. Demons Town
6. Soul Man
7. Big Money, Sweet Money
8. The Devil, Me, Myself And I
9. Hell On Earth
10. The King Of Pain
11. Amen

Label: Scarlet Records

Format : CD Digipak

Band Website: Unknown

Band Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ALLHELLUJA-80595188281/

2 recensioni per ALLHELLUJA
Pain is the game

  1. From Truemetal: Non deludono gli italico/danesi Allhelluja col loro secondo album,
    dopo il già pregevole esordio Inferno
    Museum. Anzi, rilanciano la giocata alzando non di poco la posta,
    dato che ora ci troviamo davanti a un disco assolutamente competitivo a livello
    internazionale.

    Il predecessore era infatti ancora un po’ “ruspante”, con alcuni
    dettagli che lo segnavano come marcatamente italiano per certi versi, pur
    emergendo già in modo netto rispetto alla produzione contemporanea; Pain
    is the game abbandona del tutto la zavorra delle incertezze per
    lanciarsi su un pugno di tracce convincenti, energetiche, sperimentali e
    divertenti. La base è rimasta quella forma di stoner/rock/metal bastarda e
    impolverata, con derivazioni diverse e accenti a volte riconoscibilissimi, a
    volte no; è il dettaglio che va a perfezionarsi fino all’eccesso, con pezzi che
    quasi mai risultano dei meri riempitivi e una performance dei singoli
    assolutamente notevole.Su tutti il folle Jacob Bredahl: ora, se già conoscete la furia live
    del personaggio (di solito perché visto on stage con gli onnipresenti Hatesphere),
    avrete idea della sua carica. Bene, dimenticate però la timbrica esclusivamente
    ‘screaming’ a cui è normalmente dedito e pensate a un cantante maturo,
    versatile, rock ma tutto meno che grezzo. Nemmeno quello di Inferno Museum,
    ma una voce rotonda e piena, cattiva e acida, in ultima analisi riuscita.

    E poi i pezzi: anche per chi non è esattamente amante del genere (ma della
    buona musica sì) brani come la distruttiva Superhero Motherfucker Superman
    diventerà immediatamente una hit, così come un po’ tutta la tracklist,
    diciamolo. Su tutte l’ironia di Hey J, i cori di Demons Town, la
    cadenza sporcamente urbana di Soul Man, che coi Blues Brothers non
    c’entra niente… Ognuno avrà il suo modo di divertirsi, di bersi una birra
    alla salute degli Allheluja e della loro musica.

    Gruppo e disco da approvare perché validi, e chiudiamo ribadendo questo
    concetto: non c’è campanilismo né malafede (e ci mancherebbe!), solo schietto
    apprezzamento verso un album che – stranamente, se conoscete i miei gusti
    musicali (e perdonatemi la prima persona, per una volta) – resterà nel mio
    lettore per un bel po’. E ci tornerà di sicuro.

  2. From Blabbermouth : ALLHELLUJA is a band that you need to know about. The late 2006 follow-up to 2005’s “Inferno Museum” debut is an explosion of dirty, rock ‘n’ roll infused metal and hot-shit grooves called “Pain is the Game”. Vocalist Jacob Bredahl (HATESPHERE), bassist Roberto Gelli, drummer/co-founder Stefano Longhi (Scarlet Records), and guitarist/co-founder Massimo Gajer give the metal world a much-needed kick in the ass by cranking up the volume (and attitude) and rockin’ the fuck out. Snippets of the filthy metal boogie of acts like MOTÖRHEAD, a pinch of ENTOMBED locomotive stomp, and a variety of stoner-tinged and southern fried metal bands make “Pain is the Gain” one hell of a party.

    Even beyond the catchy songwriting and somewhere-left-of-sane lyrics is a purity of delivery, a deservedly cocky demeanor, and a smack in the mouth to all who claim to be saviors of the rock. And it doesn’t mean that “Pain is the Game” is somehow groundbreaking; it’s just an honest ball-buster of an album. Bredahl struts and swaggers all over this thing, his staccato vocal attack on the rollicking “Superhero Motherfucker Superman” and “Big Money, Sweet Money” enough to get even the most stoic fan moving and breaking shit. Whether it is a straight-ahead rocker like album opener “Are You Ready? (Ready for your Massacre)”, the knuckle-busting charge of “The King of Pain”, or the nasty soul-burn of “Soul Man” (complete with one of the album’s most psychotic lyrical tirades), ALLHELLUJA hits it and quits it, leaving everyone in the vicinity drenched in sweat and bleeding from the ears.

    A collection of hot licks that benefit from a mix that doesn’t smooth out the edges and that periodically ride the stoner rock edge (e.g. “The Devil, Me, Myself and I”) complement a rhythm section that is taut and rugged. As far as finding the right sound for ALLHELLUJA, the boys have nailed it.

    Far too many of these faux retro-rock and ‘core bands are missing the point about what it means to kick ass with a purpose, a passion, and a fifth of rot gut whiskey. Here’s to letting it all hang out and then collapsing in a pool of your own vomit, ALLHELLUJA-style!

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