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Hellfire | Warnings

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by Hellfire

Old-school metal melodies combined with thrash aggression and punk intensity- for fans of Iron Maiden and Iced Earth.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Heavy Metal
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Holocaust
2:58 $0.99
2. Constantine
4:45 $0.99
3. Silver Bullet
5:15 $0.99
4. Warnings
4:02 $0.99
5. United We Stand, Divided We Fall
5:06 $0.99
6. To Live And Die
5:09 $0.99
7. Davy Jones
6:51 $0.99
8. Clash of the Titans
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Album Notes
Hellfire was formed in 2005/ 2006 by bassist/ vocalist Dylan Baldwin, guitarist Harry Chriss and drummer Ian Klamp. 'Warnings' was written by bassist/ vocalist Dylan Baldwin after years of being immersed in old-school metal such as Iron Maiden, Iced Earth and early Metallica as well as punk bands like The Casualties and GBH. Due to a lack of an adequate guitarist, 'Warnings' was recorded solely by Dylan Baldwin (who handled guitar, keyboard and sitar duties as well as bass and vocals) and Ian Klamp at DMS Studios in Clarksville, NY. The albums were mixed and mastered by studio veteran Arthur Scott Verner, who has recorded countless albums over his 17 year career. Tracking took approximately 85 hours over the course of 75 weeks, starting June 26th, 2007 and ending November 30th, 2008. 'Warnings' was released February 6th, 2009.

Hellfire, complete with guitarists Cory Tyson and Evan Hare who joined summer 2007, has been playing shows around the upstate NY area since early 2008. Since the release of 'Warnings', drummer Ian Klamp quit for personal reasons and was soon replaced by crushing new drummer Justin Cheever.

To hear more from Hellfire, including a cover of 'Prowler' by Iron Maiden, visit




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Matthew Martin

These guys added me out of the blue on Myspace. Normally I have terrible luck with bands adding me out of the blue, what with most of them just wanting to add fans with zero regard for quality of music. Hellfire was an exception. My first tune that I heard them play was Iron Maiden's "Prowler", and massive kudos to HF for covering a lesser know song from Maiden! They seriously covered it perfectly and from then on, I was hooked on them!

Very glad I ordered the CD! It just came in today and I gave it a healthy listen. Every track is strong! The singer covered ALL string duties, including keyboard and sitar! That's amazing in and of itself, but he adds to that cake by being VERY GOOD at doing it! Props to Dylan and the rest of the new HF crew! Much luck in the future, and I can't wait to hear more albums and tracks!

Nicholos Tyler

Best New Band To Bring Back Old School
I could remember that day Hellfire send me a friend request on myspace. And I thought maybe I would show some love and accept and give em a listen. Yes we all got those friend requests from those scremo bands that suck, but this one was different. I was like, "Am I listening to Iron Maiden". If you don't believe me pick up this kick-ass album yourself, and go on their Myspace page and listen to "Prowler" a Iron Maiden cover. We'll if you don't take my word just buy the CD and listen. for for yourse

Scott Donovan

Best New Metal Band!
After sifting through many shitty new bands' profiles on myspace I found Hellfire, and I'm damn glad I did! I can honestly say that since I first heard them a few weeks ago they've become one of my absolute favorite bands. I nabbed a signed copy of 'Warnings' from them and I'd say it's one of the best, no... the best self financed debut album ever. The quality in the recording is great and there's no low point on the album. The artwork is pretty fucking neat too, as Dylan put it, 'it pays to have a graphic designer for a girlfriend'. Not only have I become a huge fan of the band, through the means of myspace I've become very good friends with them. The last few hours of my work days are usually spent preparing a good topic for my daily conversation with them. Good friends, great music... They're going far. All the way to the top!