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Performer: Helstar
Title: Vampiro
Duration: 57:19
Location: Hombre Malo Studios, Houston, Texas
Relesed: September 2, 2016
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 410
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Helstar discography (all). lt; Black Cathedral (2016). Vampiro" is the uguese for "Vampire". Official music video: -"Awaken unto Darkness". Recording information

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Vampiro is a heavier, thrashier album than Nosferatu, but the basic style and feel is much the same. Opener Awaken the Darkness almost feels like a lost track from the source material. It has that same neo-classical flair along with a dark, ominous vibe and the classic Helstar riffing style is there with James Rivera’s trademarked high-pitched shrieks and menacing baritone. It sets expectations high for the rest of the album, which is both a blessing and a curse.

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Texas heavy metal veterans HELSTAR have signed with MEGADETH bassist David Ellefson's EMP Label Group. The band's new album, "Vampiro", is due later in the year. A single, "Black Cathedral", will precede the full-length effort on April 9. "Vampiro" is being mixed by Bill Metoyer, who has previously worked with SLAYER, ARMORED SAINT, . According to a press release, "Vampiro" is "another opus of tales of Dracula and vampires, like the band's all-time most acclaimed 1989 release 'Nosferatu'.

HELSTAR - Vampiro - . /10. HELSTAR Vampiro August 22nd, 2016 eOne, SPV Maxxxwell Carlisle (at) MetalExpressRadio. Helstar have stayed true to their sound and message over the years and have resisted the urge to follow in the footsteps of more commercial groups by watering down their metalhead attitude. Highlights include the album opener, Awaken Into Darkness, To Their Death Beds They Fell and Repent In Fire. Daily Album Premiere Tuesday: DELAIN – Moonbathers. Daily Album Premiere Wednesday: CRYSTAL BALL – Déjà-Voodoo.

This album has an average beat per minute of 137 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 96/200 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Awaken Unto Darkness Andrew Atwood / Larry Barragan / Garrick Smith Helstar 6:47
2 Blood Lust Larry Barragan / James Rivera Helstar 5:24
3 To Dust You Will Become Larry Barragan Helstar 5:21
4 Off With His Head Andrew Atwood Helstar 5:16
5 From the Pulpit to the Pit Larry Barragan / James Rivera Helstar 5:30
6 To Their Death Beds They Fell Andrew Atwood / James Rivera Helstar 4:41
7 Malediction Andrew Atwood Helstar 3:56
8 Repent in Fire Andrew Atwood Helstar 4:15
9 Abolish the Sun Larry Barragan / James Rivera Helstar 5:59
10 Black Cathedral Andrew Atwood / Larry Barragan / James Rivera Helstar 7:38
11 Dreamless Sleep Andrew Atwood Helstar 2:32

Credits

Andrew Atwood - Composer, Guitar, Vocals (Background)
Imelda Barragan - Vocals (Background)
Larry Barragan - Choir/Chorus, Composer, Engineer, Guitar, Mixing
Garrick Smith - Bass, Composer
Mike Heald - Cello, Violin
Helstar - Primary Artist
Michael Lewis - Drums
Mikey Lewis - Engineer
Bill Metoyer - Mastering, Mixing
Christina Pumarejo-Urbieta - Choir/Chorus
James Rivera - Composer, Vocals
Nathan Salazar - Vocals (Background)
Reviews (1)
Zyniam
Helstar are one of those many cases by which the decision to drop the guitars to D has penalized the group. The material since their comeback efforts wasn’t dramatically different from their 80’s stuff conceptually, but was marred by excessively clean production, too much clear riffs and the general feel that the band were repeating themselves to death: in particular, This Wicked Nest was longer than it should have been, and, by the way, it was even more formulaic than usual.Vampiro, the band’s latest album, is undoubtedly a desperate move, since the title echoes that of the higher days of Nosferatu, where Riviera’s writing was starting to focus more on horror fiction: similarly, most of the album’s lyrics have abandoned the socio-political explorations of the past and now have become stuff like “Never drink from the dead / It's clear in the vision we saw / He fell upon his knees as he bled / You're guilty of breaking our law”. Some of the songs on the album try as hell to abandon the previous Metalcore incorporations and try to return to the band’s Classic/Thrash Metal songwriting of the past, though judging by the presence of the detuning, it rarely feels like it.As a whole, Vampiro fortunately isn’t a failure like the band’s previous albu, it features no covers suggesting lack of material and instead features good headbangers of the like of “Off with His Head”, on which the guitarists manage never to go beyond D# in terms of notes. Opener “Awaken unto Darkness” features a keyboard backing that soon becomes unnerving as it’s repeated for the whole song, suggesting that the band was trying to sound as much theatrical as possible. The rest of the album teeters with the same Progressive-Rock infused material, rarely settling into a comfortable groove. If anything, this may explain the band’s unrest that has plagued their career for so long, even now.Highlights: “Blood Lust”, “Off with His Head”.

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