ALL HELL To Release Prosthetic Records Debut ‘The Grave Alchemist’ In April; Tour Dates


One of our favorite regional bands (for those of us at MNHQ that is), Asheville, North Carolina’s All Hell, have shared some details of their upcoming debut for Prosthetic Records, “The Grave Alchemist“. Produced by Kris Hilbert (The Body), who worked with the band on their earlier release The Red Sect, and mixed and mastered by Joel Grind (Toxic Holocaust), The Grave Alchemist will see a worldwide release on April 14th. The album contains twelve tracks of the ferocious blackened thrash that we have come to love seeing the band perform on a regular basis here in the Appalachian locale. The press release included with the news of the album states “The album is a narrative-driven horror concept album that weaves a tale of alchemy, necromancy, and vampirism over the span of three centuries. It is a potent blend of violence, mysticism, psychology, and the occult, distilled into an aural elixir of Blood and Gold.”

The Grave Alchemist Track Listing:

1. Grave Alchemy
2. Necrosophia
3. Wed The Night
4. Vampiric Lust
5. The Castle
6. Laid To Unrest
7. Memory Tomb
8. The Madness Out Of Time

9. The Thing in The Ground
10. Return Of The Reaper
11. Elixir
12. I Am The Mist

All Hell is Jacob Curwen (vocals, guitar), Kurt Henderson (drums) and Erik Ballantyne (bass) and we’re looking forward to hearing teaser tracks from “The Grave Alchemist” that are coming our way soon in the weeks ahead. You can catch the guys on these upcoming live excursions:

3/24/2017 Blood Of The Wolf III – Lexington, KY
4/27/2017 The Nick – Birmingham, AL w/ New Masters Of Evil
4/28/2017 529 – Atlanta, GA w/ New Masters of Evil
4/29/2017 drkmttrD – Nashville, TN
4/30/2017 TBA – Knoxville, TN
5/04/2017 Slim’s Downtown – Raleigh, NC
5/05/2017 Raw Ink Live – Gaithersburg, MD
5/06/2017 Kung Fu Necktie (early show) – Philadelphia, PA
5/07/2017 Gallery 5 – Richmond, VA





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