HELLNITE
Midnight Terrors

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01. Projection | 02. Phantom Force | 03. Spirits Prevail | 04. Beasts From The Deep | 05. Thrash Of The Living Dead | 06. Darker Than Black | 07. Stage On Fire | 08. The Necromancer | 09. Midnight Terror

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The previous release from Canadian based group Hellnite(Manipulator) started under the concept of a thrash metal band, after the release, leader of the band, Paolo Belmar, realized that trying to write or compose something that sounds like “thrash metal” is putting a label to the project and therefore limiting it, instead of that Paulo decided to play the music that comes directly from his mind and personality that would really show his influences.

The new album Midnight Terrors is the transition, the “bridge” to freedom in their music, incorporating elements of death metal, hard rock, classical heavy metal, thrash metal, progressive metal etc. It is the way Hellnite informed its own original style and which they decided to tag simply under the genre “Heavy Metal”.

Midnight Terrors was recorded in three different countries, Mexico, Canada and Japan and all the music was mainly composed and produced by main-man Paolo Belmar with the collaboration of the 2013 line-up of Hellnite, comprised of Dexter, Chaps and Mau (rhythm guitars, bass and drums). Jon Harris, the man in charge of The Rock Metal Studios in Edmonton, AB, Canada was the mixing engineer and Lasse Lamert from Germany mastered the tracks at LSD Studios.

Midnight Terrors | Released February 12th, 2019 on Sliptrick Records

Track listing:
01. Projection | 02. Phantom Force | 03. Spirits Prevail | 04. Beasts From The Deep | 05. Thrash Of The Living Dead | 06. Darker Than Black | 07. Stage On Fire | 08. The Necromancer | 09. Midnight Terror

Hellnite are:
Paolo Belmar – Guitars/Vocals | Ryan Payne – Drums | Konnor Miskiman – Bass

Band links: Facebook | Youtube | Instagram | Twitter | On Sliptrick

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3 reviews for HELLNITE
Midnight Terrors

  1. hardrockheavymetal

    After an interesting intro the first shot is PHANTOM FORCE, that shows technical structure of the sound of the band, maybe witch vocals a bit penalized in the mix. SPIRITS PREVAIL push down on the gas pedal, always with a complex structure, with a personal sound between #prog and #thrash metal with a great job by bass. BEASTS FROM THE DEEP is surely more classic while THRASH OF THE LIVING DEAD starts direct with a nonstop #speedthrash. DARKER THAN BLACK is a step forward, an istrumental where live togheter a fancy arpeggio, sudden restarts and great changes of time. If STAGE ON FIRE reminds us somethin’from masters such as #JUDASPRIEST, THE NECROMANCER and MIDNIGHT TERRORS, end in the best way this great platter …read more

  2. TheDirtyRoom

    This is an album that can’t be missed or over looked so go and get it. Hellnite have reassured the world that heavy metal will never die. Enough said, now get it and crank it up …read more

  3. belgianmetalshredder.be

    All in all, Hellnite’s debut album shows a band that has some good things going for them. Great guitar work, inspired by both heavy, thrash and progressive metal as well as frantic drum beats and a highly effective emphasis on bass …read more