1. A NWOBHM era band from Nottingham, England who released a single called ‘Save Us From Those Who Would Save Us’ in 1982. They also released two demos (‘82 and ‘86) as well as a s/t Demo, also know as Scheming Demons. Other songs by Hell include ‘On Earth As Is It In Hell’. They also released a music video to go along with their song “Deathsquad”, which is included on the ‘Save Us…’ single.
In 2008 they reunited with the help of Andy Sneap, and in May 2011 they are to release their first full length album “Human Remains”, containing re-recorded versions of the songs they wrote in the 80s.
2. A sludge/drone doom band from Salem, Oregon that has recorded 3 cassettes and 2 splits. The first is self titled and was distributed by Woodsmoke and Eternal Warfare. The second, called “Hell II” will be distributed by Eternal Warfare. Hell III Was pressed to vinyl in a test run of 50 copies, witch was distributed at the Stella Natura fest, and on cassete by Eternal Warfare.
3. DJ Hell (or simply Hell) has balanced Detroit minimalism and Chicago acid-house as well as more spacious German trance and hardcore. Beginning his mixing career while still a teenager, Hell moved through punk and new wave to electro, house and hip-hop by the mid-’80s. His DJing gradually led to the start of his production career, and one of his first singles “My Definition of House Music” became a large club hit when reissued by Belgium’s R&S Records in 1992. He moved to Berlin to work with Hardwax Records during 1993-94, and also spent time in New York before moving back to his native Munich. Besides releasing his album debut Geteert und Gefedert on Disko B in 1994, DJ Hell recorded a volume in the Studio !K7 mix series X-Mix. His second full-length, Munich Machine, also appeared on Disko B — though credited simply to Hell. Besides continuing to DJ around the world, he also ran the International Deejay Gigolos label, which released tracks by Jeff Mills, Christopher Just and David Carretta, among others.
In 2003 Hell (real name: Helmut Geier) released another album titled “NY Muscle” recorded almost completely in New York. On this release he worked together with artists like Erlend Oye, Alan Vega, James Murphy, Billie Ray Martin and several others.
4. A heavy metal band from Adelaide,Australia who had a song ‘Hand Is Quicker’ on the Dominator Records compilation album in the late 1980’s.
5. A black metal band from Luxembourg.
6. A hungarian black metal band also used the name Hell. They released a demo and a Split with Vorkuta, later changed their name to Wound.
7. Niklas Hellberg, known as Hell, was a member of Peace, Love & Pitbulls, All That Jazz and are currently in the band Sällskapet
8. A German thrash metal band who did the “Satanic Death” demo in 1985. It is rumoured that some Destruction members were involved in this band
Edited by God_ on 22 Oct 2012, 22:49
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