HELLOWEEN

Power Metal / Speed Metal / Hard Rock / Heavy Metal • Germany
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Helloween is a heavy/power/speed metal band from Germany founded in 1983 by members of Iron Fist and Powerfool. Helloween are known as major innovators of power metal.

Members today are Andi Deris – Vocals, Michael Weikath – Guitar, Backing vocals, Sascha Gerstner – Guitar, Backing vocals, Markus Grosskopf – Bass, Backing vocals and Daniel Löble – Drums

The original line-up featured Kai Hansen (Vocals/Guitars), Michael Weikath (Guitars), Markus Grosskopf (Bass) and Ingo Schwichtenberg (Drums). In 1984 the band had signed a deal with Noise Records and recorded two songs for a Noise compilation record called Death Metal. The two tracks were "Oernst Of Life" by Weikath, and Hansen's "Metal Invaders" which later on ended up in a faster version on the bands first full-length album.

1985 came around and Helloween then recorded their first record Helloween, a self-titled EP containing 5 tracks. The EP was successful, and during
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HELLOWEEN albums / top albums

HELLOWEEN Walls of Jericho album cover 3.93 | 72 ratings
Walls of Jericho
Speed Metal 1985
HELLOWEEN Keeper of the Seven Keys Part I album cover 4.39 | 98 ratings
Keeper of the Seven Keys Part I
Power Metal 1987
HELLOWEEN Keeper of the Seven Keys Part II album cover 4.50 | 118 ratings
Keeper of the Seven Keys Part II
Power Metal 1988
HELLOWEEN Pink Bubbles Go Ape album cover 3.20 | 44 ratings
Pink Bubbles Go Ape
Heavy Metal 1991
HELLOWEEN Chameleon album cover 2.86 | 47 ratings
Chameleon
Hard Rock 1993
HELLOWEEN Master of the Rings album cover 3.59 | 48 ratings
Master of the Rings
Power Metal 1994
HELLOWEEN The Time of the Oath album cover 3.78 | 46 ratings
The Time of the Oath
Power Metal 1996
HELLOWEEN Better Than Raw album cover 4.11 | 50 ratings
Better Than Raw
Power Metal 1998
HELLOWEEN Metal Jukebox album cover 2.94 | 25 ratings
Metal Jukebox
Heavy Metal 1999
HELLOWEEN The Dark Ride album cover 3.77 | 46 ratings
The Dark Ride
Power Metal 2000
HELLOWEEN Rabbit Don't Come Easy album cover 3.38 | 36 ratings
Rabbit Don't Come Easy
Power Metal 2003
HELLOWEEN Keeper of the Seven Keys: The Legacy album cover 3.69 | 38 ratings
Keeper of the Seven Keys: The Legacy
Power Metal 2005
HELLOWEEN Gambling With the Devil album cover 3.58 | 38 ratings
Gambling With the Devil
Power Metal 2007
HELLOWEEN 7 Sinners album cover 3.66 | 42 ratings
7 Sinners
Power Metal 2010
HELLOWEEN Straight Out of Hell album cover 3.65 | 29 ratings
Straight Out of Hell
Power Metal 2013
HELLOWEEN My God-Given Right album cover 3.56 | 16 ratings
My God-Given Right
Power Metal 2015

HELLOWEEN EPs & splits

HELLOWEEN Death Metal album cover 3.50 | 1 ratings
Death Metal
Speed Metal 1984
HELLOWEEN Metal Attack Vol. 1 album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Metal Attack Vol. 1
Speed Metal 1985
HELLOWEEN Helloween album cover 4.05 | 25 ratings
Helloween
Speed Metal 1985
HELLOWEEN Mr Ego (Take Me Down) EP album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Mr Ego (Take Me Down) EP
Power Metal 1994
HELLOWEEN Lay All Your Love on Me album cover 5.00 | 2 ratings
Lay All Your Love on Me
Power Metal 1999
HELLOWEEN The Sage, the Fool, the Sinner / Bring them to Light album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
The Sage, the Fool, the Sinner / Bring them to Light
Power Metal 2011

HELLOWEEN live albums

HELLOWEEN Live in the U.K. album cover 4.38 | 12 ratings
Live in the U.K.
Power Metal 1989
HELLOWEEN I Want Out album cover 4.50 | 2 ratings
I Want Out
Power Metal 1989
HELLOWEEN High Live album cover 3.62 | 4 ratings
High Live
Power Metal 1996
HELLOWEEN Keeper of the Seven Keys: The Legacy: World Tour 2005/2006 album cover 3.90 | 5 ratings
Keeper of the Seven Keys: The Legacy: World Tour 2005/2006
Power Metal 2007
HELLOWEEN United Alive In Madrid album cover 4.50 | 1 ratings
United Alive In Madrid
Power Metal 2019

HELLOWEEN demos, promos, fans club and other releases (no bootlegs)

HELLOWEEN Demo album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Demo
Speed Metal 1984
HELLOWEEN Death Metal Demo album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Death Metal Demo
Speed Metal 1984

HELLOWEEN re-issues & compilations

HELLOWEEN Pumpkin Tracks album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Pumpkin Tracks
Power Metal 1989
HELLOWEEN The Best, The Rest, The Rare album cover 4.64 | 7 ratings
The Best, The Rest, The Rare
Power Metal 1991
HELLOWEEN Pumpkin Box album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Pumpkin Box
Power Metal 1998
HELLOWEEN Buried Treasure album cover 4.00 | 1 ratings
Buried Treasure
Power Metal 2002
HELLOWEEN Treasure Chest album cover 3.67 | 3 ratings
Treasure Chest
Power Metal 2002
HELLOWEEN Unarmed - Best of 25th Anniversary album cover 2.69 | 24 ratings
Unarmed - Best of 25th Anniversary
Non-Metal 2010

HELLOWEEN singles (25)

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4.57 | 3 ratings
Judas
Speed Metal 1986
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4.50 | 1 ratings
Future World
Power Metal 1987
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4.00 | 1 ratings
Dr. Stein
Power Metal 1988
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5.00 | 1 ratings
I Want Out
Power Metal 1988
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0.00 | 0 ratings
Kids of the Century
Heavy Metal 1991
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0.00 | 0 ratings
Number One
Heavy Metal 1992
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0.00 | 0 ratings
Windmill
Hard Rock 1993
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0.00 | 0 ratings
When the Sinner
Hard Rock 1993
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3.50 | 1 ratings
Step Out of Hell
Hard Rock 1993
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0.00 | 0 ratings
I Don't Wanna Cry No More
Hard Rock 1993
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0.00 | 0 ratings
Sole Survivor
Power Metal 1994
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5.00 | 1 ratings
Perfect Gentleman
Power Metal 1994
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4.50 | 1 ratings
Power
Power Metal 1996
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4.50 | 1 ratings
Forever and One (Neverland)
Power Metal 1996
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0.00 | 0 ratings
The Time of the Oath
Power Metal 1996
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0.00 | 0 ratings
I Can
Power Metal 1998
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0.00 | 0 ratings
Hey Lord!
Power Metal 1998
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4.00 | 1 ratings
If I Could Fly
Power Metal 2000
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Mr. Torture
Power Metal 2000
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5.00 | 1 ratings
Just a Little Sign
Power Metal 2003
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3.50 | 1 ratings
Mrs. God
Power Metal 2005
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4.00 | 1 ratings
Light the Universe
Power Metal 2006
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0.00 | 0 ratings
As Long as I Fall
Power Metal 2007
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3.50 | 1 ratings
Are You Metal?
Power Metal 2010
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3.50 | 1 ratings
Burning Sun
Power Metal 2012

HELLOWEEN movies (DVD, Blu-Ray or VHS)

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3.85 | 5 ratings
Helloween - High Live
Power Metal 1997
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5.00 | 2 ratings
Hellish Videos: The Complete Video Collection
Power Metal 2005
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4.50 | 1 ratings
United Alive
Power Metal 2019

HELLOWEEN Reviews

HELLOWEEN Keeper of the Seven Keys Part I

Album · 1987 · Power Metal
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SilentScream213
Kind of mixing their first album and Fates Warning’s output, Helloween play fast, technical and progressive music here, but also make room for softer, catchier numbers. The aggression of their debut has been traded in for uplifting triumph. The album is a very eclectic package despite only having 6 full songs, and one would not want for variety here. The problem there is that the material is not very consistent, with their highs being fantastic and the lows just okay. The new vocalist is a welcome addition, but even he has some pitchy moments and questionable vocal melodies between the usually solid performance.

The track “Halloween” is actually a talking point in itself, being one of the most progressive epics in all of Metal at the time. At over 13 minutes, the song shifts through so many movements, it’s about as eclectic as the rest of the album. The difference here is that the track is very consistent throughout, full of the band’s best riffs and greatest vocal performance on the album. Really, there couldn’t be a better way to sing about Halloween.

HELLOWEEN Walls of Jericho

Album · 1985 · Speed Metal
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SilentScream213
Helloween really laid down the blueprints for true Power Metal with their debut, as opposed to the USPM bands like Omen and Jag Panzer were already playing. Helloween took the most melodic aspects of twin guitar bands like Iron Maiden and the speed of bands like Exciter and Metallica and turned them all way up. The result is a very up-tempo (for metal) style that remains incredibly melodic despite playing as fast and hard as some of the most extreme bands at the time. The birth of Power Metal.

The music really shines here, and it has to; vocalist/guitarist Kai Hansen is passable at best as he strains to hit the notes he really wants to here. Despite that, the musicianship is top tier and almost all songs are great.

HELLOWEEN United Alive In Madrid

Live album · 2019 · Power Metal
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Kev Rowland
During conversations within Helloween about how to best celebrate the 30th anniversary of the band, it was apparent that it wouldn’t really be appropriate to have celebrations without the involvement of two key members, Kai Hansen and Michael Kiske. Now, founder guitarist Hansen left in 1988 while vocalist Kiske left in 1993, so what to do? Easy, invite them back and have a three-guitar twin lead singer set-up. It’s not the first time a band has ever tried to do this, as everyone who loves Yes will remember with the aptly titled ‘Onion’ (copyright Rick Wakeman). But there is some precedent for success; when Bruce was invited back into Maiden, he said he would only come back if Adrian could come as well, but what would happen to Janick? Easy, turn Maiden into a three-guitar line-up for the first time in their history and they are playing and recording better than ever. So, what would Helloween sound like?

Forget the comic book past, Helloween belong in one place, onstage. With great rock singers trading lines and challenging each to do better, three guitars filling the sound, one can only imagine bassist Markus Grosskopf and guitarist Michael Weikath pinching themselves that they were again sharing the stage with their old friends like they used to in the Eighties. There is no doubt that is an album which is indispensable for all their fans, as the band are out to have fun, and so are the crowd. With the right people onstage, they work though their whole career, having an absolute blast. The very first Helloween single I purchased, more than 30 years ago, was “I Want Out”. Here they tear it to pieces, and the crowd is with them all the way. If you want to hear what this is like, then check out the YouTube video of them ripping Wacken a new one.

It is hard to fault this album. Helloween may not have really stood up to the promise of their first three or four albums, but they kept at it over the years, and it is in the live environment where they really shine. With the introduction of a second top quality rock screamer, and becoming a three-guitar line-up, Helloween appear rejuvenated and the crowd are certainly lapping it up. This live album (and Blu-ray) captures a band in their element on tour back in 2017, headlining Wacken, Rock Fest Barcelona and Masters of Rock, as well as with Iron Maiden at the Sweden Rock Festival and Firenze Rocks. The only reason they have yet to go back into the studio is because they were asked to step in for Megadeth when Mustaine’s ill health caused them to drop out of some shows. The next studio album will show if the new version can produce a return to major form, but until then, this is a live set and line-up fans never thought could happen.

HELLOWEEN My God-Given Right

Album · 2015 · Power Metal
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Kev Rowland
I still remember the impact Helloween’s debut album ‘Walls of Jericho’ made back in 1985, and when they followed it up with the ‘Keeper’ albums the world literally was their oyster. They may have produced one of the worst album titles and covers of all time, ‘Pink Bubbles Go Ape’, but they have been incredibly consistent in both output and line-up (although they did misplace two key members in Michael Kiske and Kai Hansen). When this album was released in 2015 it still featured two founder members, and everyone involved had been in the band for at least 10 years. This is one of those Helloween albums when it does exactly what it says on the tin, namely one expects cheesy over the top commercial power metal with plenty of fast passages, strong vocals and an impression that the band and the fans are sharing the same joke. It is as if grunge never happened, with black, thrash and death metal all taking themselves way too seriously and instead they are going to repeat “We’re going to stay crazy” (in “Stay Crazy”) until everyone else finds themselves doing exactly the same thing.

It is comic book, commercial, and everything one expects from Helloween. Will it set the world alight like their first three albums? No. Will it gain them any new fans? Only if they haven’t heard anything else so newbies use this as an introduction and work backwards. Will it please their fanbase? Oh yes, this is Helloween through and through. After playing it I can’t remember any of the songs, but while it was on I was smiling and it was an enjoyable romp. If I am going to choose any Helloween from the groaning racks it will be the early albums as opposed to this, but it certainly sits in well with their output over the years.

HELLOWEEN Walls of Jericho

Album · 1985 · Speed Metal
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"Give me wings to fly, ride the sky!"

When people think of classic power metal, Helloween is usually the first band to come to mind. After all, they did release the legendary Keeper of the Seven Keys Parts 1 and 2, which have since became known as two of the greatest metal albums of the 80's. However, before leading the way of the German power metal scene, Helloween released one of the most melodic yet at the same time heaviest thrash/speed metal albums at the time of 1985.

After a short orchestral intro title track, you're thrown right into a storm of riffs and cannonball drums that rain down upon the listener that is called "Ride the Sky". This might simply be the greatest and heaviest song Helloween ever wrote. It really sets a mood, conjuring up images of dogfights in the sky with bullets flying at top speed. It's followed up with "Reptile" which pounds itself into your head, with a real marching stomp of a main riff. That's what you'll get on this album, it will either shred at blinding speeds or pound a stomping groove through your skull. "Heavy Metal (Is the Law)" could not be titled better, as this is a speeding masterpiece that continuously throws catchy guitar and bass riffs and crazy solos. This is a song made for the stage.

While it's hard to beat "Ride the Sky", "Gorgar" may actually take it's place. Talk about a headbanging anthem! It instantly reels you in with a groovy hook, and it becomes impossible to not headbang and scream along. Add in the fantastic metal rendition of Edvard Grieg's classic Hall of the Mountain King as the bridge, and you've got a masterpiece.

This is the only Helloween album that features Kai Hansen on vocals, so this sounds more like what would end up being Gamma Ray then the Helloween most people know. He has a unique and distinct voice that really suits everything that the music does, whether it be thrash, power, or speed. Markus Grosskopf really gets plenty of time to shine on the bass end, you can almost always hear the rumbling, clicking, and shredding basslines. In particular, the closing epic "How Many Tears" highlights this best. "Heavy Metal (Is the Law)" gives some time for some showing off with bass riffs a plenty.

As much as I love the classic Keeper of the Seven Keys albums, Walls of Jericho has always been my favorite Helloween album. It's got the edge of thrash, with the melody of power metal. It's a match made in heaven, and never worked better. If you want to get the definitive version, be sure to get the one that includes their amazing self-titled EP and the blazing classic "Judas". Hope you found this review helpful, feel free to comment!

HELLOWEEN Movies Reviews

HELLOWEEN United Alive

Movie · 2019 · Power Metal
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Kingcrimsonprog
Imagine a Judas Priest show with both Tim Ripper Owens and Rob Halford singing together. No wait… Imagine a Sepultura show with both Max Cavelera and Derick Green singing. No wait, that’s not even it. I’ve got it… Imagine an Iron Maiden show with Paul Dianno, Bruce Dickinson and Blaze Bailey all singing. Well, maybe, if Dickinson had left after four albums and Blaze had been there ever since. Ok, Now swap out the zombie mascot for some comedy pumpkins and you’re approaching the situation here. Helloween, one of Germany’s biggest and most important bands, one of the most iconic Power Metal bands in history, with one of the most impressive family trees (Gamma Ray, Masterplan, Freedom Call, Unisonic, Iron Savior etc) make one of the most anticipated decisions in the history of the genre.

Who is your favourite Helloween singer? Is it Kai Hansen, the heaviest singer and the original? Is it Michael Kiske, the most technically accomplished and the one from their most iconic record? Or is it Andi Deris, their best frontman and the singer on the most albums? – Turns out, now you don’t have to choose. United Alive, the live video from the Pumpkins United tour sees all three join the stage together, cracking out a career spanning mixture of material from the earliest thrashiest material to the modern gems, with all the iconic genre defining masterpieces from the peerless Keepers’ era sprinkled in too.

There are over 20 tracks here (some are intros and solos, and some are medleys/combinations, but still…) that’s a lot of Helloween. All three singers take it turns to sing. Sometimes not even a song each, but rather dividing it up section by section inside each song, or all at once. It is very welcome to hear them back on some of their own tracks like ‘Heavy Metal Is The Law’ after not hearing it on the other live videos, or ‘Dr. Stein’ after having heard only Deri’s take on it previously. Conversely it is very interesting to see Kai or Kiske sing on some of the big commercial ‘90s/’00s hits like ‘Perfect Gentleman’ or ‘If I Could Fly.’

There are often 7 members on stage at the one time (or 8 if you count the keyboardist, Eddy Wrapiprou). There’s Weikath and Grosskopft on guitar and bass as always. Sascha Gerstner and Daniel Löble on guitar and drums like the last several albums. And the three aforementioned singers (with Kai also playing guitar).

There’s a mix of footage, ranging from headline shows in Madrid, Spain to festival appearances at Wacken and in Brazil. Sort of like they did already on their previous ‘Legacy World Tour 2005/2006 DVD.

Normally I really prefer a concert DVD to come from one single show, rather than complied from a series of different dates in different places with different lighting, sound and camera work, but given that the band itself is now a compilation of past and present members and some of the songs included are medleys, I don’t know why but it just works here.

The band put on a great show. There’s a lot going on. There’s video screens, a big pumpkin stage set piece around the drum kit (which has 4 kickdrums for some reason, just to add to the over-the-top feel of it all), a light show, and a few cheesy moments like members coming out dressed in a top hat and cane, or raining pumpkin balloons.

Deris, ever the consummate front man is great at revving up the crowd, and then the different members get spotlights for certain tunes and join up on others, there’s prolonged solo segments, a tribute to late drummer Ingo Schichtenberg, its all very diverse and entertaining. They even do a stripped-down bare bones version of the ballad ‘Forever And One’ straight after a super heavy Walls Of Jericho/EP medley, which pretty much shows both polar opposites of the band’s varied discography.

There’s multiple different ways you can buy it. DVD, Blu Ray, combinations thereof. Versions with CDs. The version I got it two Blu Rays. One with the concert and one with a load of extra footage. There’s a few extra songs (Including the underrated ‘Kids Of The Century’ from the oft maligned Pink Bubbles Go Ape album). There’s a bunch of behind the scenes footage looking at various aspects of the tour and production. It comes in a nice shiny digi-book with some brief liner notes and a glossy photo booklet. You know, just as if it wasn’t value for money enough already with an almost three-hour concert of a Helloween fan’s wildest fantasy line-up.

As a concept you really have to hand it to them; its quite a clever move to reuinite with past members without losing current members as some fans never got over Kiske leaving the band or only ever even tried the Keepers albums. Some fans really love the Kai era and you never get to see Helloween play much material from it anymore (you only really get the chance if he chucks one in to a Gamma Ray show some time). Its a great idea to reel them back in and show them how great the Deris era can be too. Come for ‘Halloween’ and ‘Future World’ but stay for ‘Sole Survivor’ and ‘Power’ then learn to love the Deris era if you don’t already.

Thankfully though, its not just the concept that’s good. The whole package is good. The sound, footage, editing and bonus material. Most importantly though, the performance. It doesn’t come across as a novelty cash grab, it really feels like a jubilant celebration. As they say in the opening track ‘Halloween’ ”There’s magic in the air.” This may be cheesy to say (but hey, if you like Helloween, you better be used to cheesy) but it really is a heavy metal dream come true. Buy it!

HELLOWEEN Helloween - High Live

Movie · 1997 · Power Metal
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Kingcrimsonprog
High Live is a concert DVD by the legendary German Power Metal band Helloween, recorded in Milan, Italy (and Gerona, Spain) in 1996 on the Time Of The Oath tour.

The main feature is a scorching 84-minute concert, in which an energetic and totally on-form band blast through a lot of material from Master Of The Rings and Time Of The Oath to an enthusiastic crowd. Just going off the performance, this is an absolute 5-star live album.

Songs like “Sole Survivor,” “Before The War” and “Power” sound absolutely blistering here, and I’d highly recommend checking it out on that basis. Andi’s vocals on his own material are absolutely excellent on this release, and Uli’s powerful, understated drumming absolutely kills.

There are a few downsides to the overall product however, such as the picture being a little soft and not the sharpest. The sound is pretty great in one way, and you really get that “live feel,” but you have to turn it up fairly loud for it to become clear, as things can sound a bit muddy on low volumes. Nothing show-destroying though.

The other potential downside is that at the end of some songs, it stops, when they cut to the other concert (eg. from Italy to Spain) and the transition isn’t perfectly smooth, which may interrupt the flow a little. Luckily this never happens in the middle of songs or anything outrageous like that, and for the most part isn’t actually too disruptive.

Apart from that, this is a pretty great main feature all round, and shows the band proving why they are still one of the biggest names in Power Metal. In terms of bonus features: There is a text “History” feature, a discography feature and a photo gallery. All your standard ‘90s DVD extras that don’t add too much really, but look good written on the back of the box.

There is also a five minute “review” feature by Malcome Dome, which is a brief Metal Evolution style history lesson with a mixture of archive footage of the band and talking-head footage of Dome. The dialogue is a bit stiff and the audio is a bit muffled, but as a free extra its still worth a watch.

The track-listing for the main concert is:

1. We Burn 2. Wake Up The Mountain 3. Sole Survivor 4. The Change 5. Why 6. Eagle Fly Free 7. Time Of The Oath 8. Future World 9. Dr. Stein 10. Before The War 11. Mr Ego 12. Power 13. Where The Rain Grows 14. In The Middle Of A Heartbeat 15. Perfect Gentleman 16. Steel Tormentor

Overall; If you like the band, especially if you like the Deris era, then it’s a pretty worthwhile purchase. It shows the band at their Europe-conquering best, dripping with enthusiasm and playing like they mean it. The sound and editing are a tiny bit imperfect, but the band themselves more than make up for it. Comment

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