HELL FIRE Rain Down Molten Heavy Metal On New Song "Isolator"
According to the press release, Hell Fire hasn't even been around for 10 years. I'm not sure I believe that, and instead posit my own theory that they're just a kickass heavy metal band from the 80s with a time machine.
Regardless, Hell Fire has teamed up with yours truly to premiere a brand new track called "Isolator" today. The song goes to show that no matter if Hell Fire is ripping down the highway at triple-digit speeds, or in this case slowing things down a bit, they still rule.
Vocalist and guitarist Jake Nunn says Hell Fire's new record Mania is based heavily on personal experiences.
“Thematically, everything on the album comes from personal experiences,” says guitarist Tony Campos. “From the highs of partying together out here in Oakland, or the nostalgia of being a kid learning Zeppelin on a beat up guitar, to the extreme lows of isolation, personal trauma, and mental illness. Sonically we want our records to sound like you're standing in front of the stage at a show. The power of Marshall stacks in front of your face, drums at your ear level, thunder of the bass and feeling the presence of the room.”
Mania is out March 29 and you can catch the band on tour at one of the dates below.
03/16 Portland, OR @ High Water Mark
03/17 Seattle, WA @ The Funhouse
03/29 San Francisco, CA @ Thee Parkside (Album release show)
04/05 Reno, NV @ Dead Ringer
04/06 Salt Lake City, UT @ The Loading Dock
04/07 Denver, CO @ Hi Dive
04/07 Omaha, NE @ The Drinkery
04/10 Oklahoma City, OK @ Blue Note Lounge
04/11 Dallas, TX @ Ridglea Theater
04/12 Austin, TX @ Lost Well
04/13 Houston, TX @ White Oak Music Hall (Hell's Heroes Festival)
04/14 San Antonio, TX @ Paper Tiger
04/15 San Angelo, TX @ Dead Horse
04/17 El Paso, TX @ RCGB Thunderbird
04/18 Tempe, AZ @ Yucca Tap Room
04/19 Oceanside, CA @ Pour House
04/20 Los Angeles, CA @ Catch One (Psycho Smokeout Festival)