BROCAS HELM – Helm’s Deep

BROCAS HELM – Helm’s Deep
Label(s):
Arkeyn Steel Records
Released Year:
2024
Type:
Tracklist:
1. Ghost Story2. War Toons3. Time Of The Dark4. Juggernaught5. Makin' Love (The Wrestling Song)6. Time Of The Dark7. Skullfucker8. Drink And Drive9. Crazy10. Blood Machine11. Juggernaught12. Helm's Deep13. Black Death14. Fly High15. Hell's Whip16. Prepare For Battle17. Satan's Prophets18. Into Battle19. Into The Ithilstone20. Here To Rock21. Ravenwreck22. Beneath A Haunted Moon

BROCAS HELM, the Epic / Heavy Metal pioneers from San Francisco, California needs no introduction. They were one of those bands that continued to release demo tapes between their albums.

Those tapes made quite an impact through the years thanks to the great song versions they featured -different than the ones on the full lengths-. “Do you have any BROCAS HELM demo?” was a quite common request back on the tape trading days.

Arkeyn Steel Records presents a compilation featuring all the legendary demos that the band has released. “Demo 1”, “Black Death”, “Helm’s Deep” demos and “Ghost Story” cassette EP are considered as absolute classics and are presented for the first time on CD together with the material of the rare as hell “Time of the Dark” Promo 90 tape.

Yes this mystical and obscure and at the same powerful and pounding sound of this mighty band is here in its full glory! Songs that are trademarks for the band’s saga can be heard here on their demo versions, versions that carry a very special touch of full force steel.

Everything has been remastered from scratch by Kostas Scandalis at Infinity Studio (Thessaloniki, Greece) for the best audio quality. A great set of never before seen photos is presented on the booklet, together with the complete lyrics. The artwork is developed by Kostas Athanasoglou.

Get ready for the ultimate Epic / Heavy Metal experience, a journey to the age of sword and steel, guided by the great BROCAS HELM.


Release date: May 31st – Pre orders are now open.

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