HolyHell

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For the album, see Holy Hell. For the album by Noun, see Holy Hell (Noun album). For the book by Gail Tredwell, see Holy Hell: A Memoir of Faith, Devotion, and Pure Madness.
HolyHell
Holyhell at Norway Rock Festival 2009.jpg
HolyHell at Norway Rock Festival 2009
Background information
Origin New York, USA [1]
Genres Symphonic power metal
Years active 2005–present
Labels Magic Circle Music
Website holyhell.com
Members Maria Breon
Joe Stump
Francisco Palomo
Jay Rigney
Kenny Earl Edwards

HolyHell is a symphonic power metal band, formed in 2005, produced by Joey DeMaio of Manowar. The band toured with Manowar and Rhapsody of Fire. In concert, they play a cover of "The Phantom of the Opera" with Eric Adams (Manowar) and Maria Breon on vocals.

The band performed at Magic Circle Festival 2007,[2] toured in Bulgaria and appeared at Magic Circle festival 2008 performing their usual set as well as 2 songs from their debut album, which had not yet been released, and a cover of Dio's classic song "Holy Diver".

Their first EP Apocalypse was released on March 23, 2007.[3]

Their first full-length album, Holyhell, was released on June 26, 2009.[4] [5]

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