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Reviews of Hell Fire
These guys bring the wrath like Maiden did in their heyday, but with the ferocity of modern day metal. With a singer that can belt like Dickinson and a pair of guitarists that intend on shredding your faces off! Wrecked Reviews
After a quick listen to these talented men you would think they are a bunch of old timers still riding on the same line up since back in the 80s. But after taking a close look at the band you see its a bunch of dudes who are in their 20s who love to party and keep a kick ass style of metal alive! LMB Exclusive
San Francisco’s Hell Fire, a retro thrash band drawing not from the sounds of Slayer and Exodus like many today, but instead going back farther to the music of the New Wave of British Heavy Metal. It’s tough not to hear early Iron Maiden in their songs, and much of what they played truly did gallop and swing more-so than many of their peers in the thrash revival movement. Alejandro Orozco’s singing (that’s right friends, genuine power-piped singing!) was a delight to hear as he worked the band’s massive choruses with tons of energy and vigor. The other big showman was lead guitarist Tony Campos. His lightning quick solos were an obvious draw, but what was even more impressive was his ability to be a showman with only about a 3 foot radius of room. This guy clearly has worked on his stage presence, and I can’t wait to see him and the rest of Hell Fire tackle a bigger stage. Metal Assault