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Movies  >>  DVD  >>  Heavy Metal

Hades

Bootlegged In Boston 1

Hades Bootlegged In Boston 1 Nr
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Never got to see HADES live? Here is your chance! Watch HADES as they opened for Manowar and Nuclear Assault Dec. 30th 1988 in Boston. Songs played include, "The Leaders?", "Nightstalker", "I Too Eye" and "Opinionate!". This DVD also includes 'Behind The Metal' filmed during the recording of "The Downside" cd. It features interviews with Dan Lorenzo, Alan Tecchio, Jimmy Schulman, Ed Fuhrman and Scott LePage PLUS old video clips, live footage and tv show appearances. New Jersey's HADES came on to the thrash metal scene in 1987 with the release of "Resisting Success". They received glowing reviews in all the major metal magazines. In America HADES performed countless shows opening for bands that included Megadeth, Slayer, Anthrax, Nuclear Assault, Manowar, Overkill and Danzig. HADES was a fundamental band in the history of thrash metal, featuring Alan Tecchio (Watchtower) and Dan Lorenzo (Non Fiction) and this DVD is the best way to capture again the magic of that period.
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