ALLHELLUJA: New Song Posted Online

ALLHELLUJA, the Italian project featuring Stefano Longhi from Scarlet Records, has posted a new song, "Face To Face With The Devil", on the band's MySpace page. The track comes off the group's new album, "Breath Your Soul", which is scheduled for release in March via Scarlet. The CD marks the recording debut of ALLHELLUJA's new members, Trevor (SADIST) and GL Perotti (EXTREMA) on vocals and Tommy Massara (EXTREMA) on guitar.

Commented Longhi: "Finally ALLHELLUJA are coming back and I can say that with this album we've reached our best potential. The legacy of the band is strengthen by our friendship, our humility and, mostly, our crazy talent, making 'Breath Your Soul' something really unique. Roby [Gelli, bass] and I, along with Tommy, have worked for months on the new songs, giving justice to the sonic assault that makes ALLHELLUJA such a diverse act from anything else around. And what can I say about Trevor and GL… Those guys simply are what we needed to close the circle! I think that ALLHELLUJA are, in this particular moment, a very 'strange' mix of bands such as ENTOMBED, CARCASS, BLACK SABBATH, CORROSION OF CONFORMITY, KYUSS, DOWN, MASTODON and SLIPKNOT."

Songtitles set to appear "Breath Your Soul":

* Face To Face With The Devil
* The Bible Babylon
* The Eve Of Despair
* I Will Rise Again
* Bloodtrip
* My Medicine
* I'm The Zero
* Step By Step
* The Black Jar
* Into My Head
* 21st Century Schizoid Ma (KING CRIMSON cover)
* Into The Void (BLACK SABBATH cover)
* Profondo Rosso (GOBLIN cover)

New ALLHELLUJA lineup (pictured below):

Trevor - Vocals
GL Perotti - Vocals
Tommy Massara - Guitar
Roberto Gelli - Bass
Stefano Longhi - Drums

ALLHELLUJA in 2007 released a limited-edition collector's box containing the group's two critically acclaimed albums, "Inferno Museum" (2005) and "Pain Is The Game" (2006).

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