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Hell Within Set To Release 'God Grant Me Vengeance'
June 22, 2010
New England's hardcore/metal veteran act, Hell Within, has set a July 13th release date for their Thorp Records debut, 'God Grant Me Vengeance'. The ferocious follow-up to 2007's 'Shadows of Vanity' (Lifeforce Records), was recorded at Damage Studios in Massachusetts, with engineer/producer, Pete Rutcho (Bury Your Dead). The new record was produced by Hell Within and Rutcho, and artwork comes courtesy of Hell Within vocalist, J.J. Long.

Guitarist Tony Zimmerman explains, "(God Grant Me Vengeance) is more crushing than the Hammer of Thor. The tour has been great too. It's nice to be back out seeing people we know, as well as many new ones. We can't wait for the next one with the album being released. We're having a blast!"

'God Grant Me Vengeance' can be pre-ordered through the Thorp Records webstore at: http://thorprecords.merchnow.com, and the album's title track is currently available for streaming on the band's official Myspace page at http://www.myspace.com/hellwithin.

The track list for 'God Grant Me Vengeance':
1. Condemning The Bloodline
2. Lament For The Fallen
3. God Grant Me Vengeance
4. The Rebirth
5. Assembly Of The Locusts
6. Scars In Oblivion
7. Deliverance
8. Interlude
9. Eternal Uprising
10. Remnants Of A Failed Creation
11. Hours Of Decay

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Hell Within Announce New Album Details
May 6, 2010
Known for their ability to combine the hardest elements of European death metal, American hardcore and old-school thrash, Hell Within are poised to release their new full-length masterpiece, 'God Grant Me Vengeance', on July 13 via Thorp Records. 'God Grant Me Vengeance' was recorded in February at Damage Studios with Peter Rutcho (Bury Your Dead, Unearth, Revocation, etc) at the production helm.

Check out Hell Within's studio report video below. You can also listen to the MP3s for the tracks "Condemning The Bloodline" and the title track, "God Grant Me Vengeance" at the links below:

"Condeming The Bloodline"
"God Grant Me Vengeance"

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will be hitting the road in advance of the release from May 21st through July 2nd. All dates will be supported by Letter to the Exiles (Strike First Records). Be sure to visit the band's Myspace page for a complete list of tour dates.

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Hell Within Announces New Singer
July 17, 2007
Massachusetts-based metallers Hell Within have announced the addition of singer Brian Roy to the group's ranks. Roy joins the band as the replacement for Matt McChesney, who left Hell Within in June to front Daytona Beach, Florida's The Autumn Offering.

Commented Hell Within in a statement: "Tony, Isaias, Joe and Derek are still friends and brothers with Matt, as we always have been. We wish him the very best with his new project and future endeavors."

Brian will perform with Hell Within on their upcoming East Coast tour beginning on July 28 at The ADC Center in Southbridge, MA.

Hell Within's latest album, 'Shadows of Vanity', was released in May on Lifeforce Records.
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The Autumn Offering In Pre-Production Mode
July 11, 2007
Daytona Beach, Florida's The Autumn Offering has issued the following update

"We are in Audiohammer Studios (in Orlando, Florida) with Jason Suecof (Chimaira, Trivium, Bury Your Dead, Devildriver) doing some pre-production for our new album. Shit is off the hook... Wait 'til you hear it. We'll be here for the next month or so. New album due in October, then we hit the fucking road! Hope to see all of you there..."

The Autumn Offering recently announced the addition of Hell Within's Matt McChesney as the group's new lead singer.
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Hell Within Vocalist Has Not Parted Ways With Band
June 14, 2007
Massachusetts-based metallers Hell Within have issued a statement refuting reports that the frontman Matt McChesney has left the band to join Daytona Beach, Florida's The Autumn Offering. "Matt is helping The Autumn Offering out in a bad situation," says Hell Within. "He is only recording an album for The Autumn Offering. They have no singer and they need to get a record done. It was wrong of them to post 'formerly of Hell Within' [on their web site]; he is not formerly of Hell Within, Matt is in Hell Within. Hell Within is Matt's main band and The Autumn Offering is a side project.

"Hell Within will be touring with Matt on an East Coast run that is shaping up for August in support of their new record 'Shadows of Vanity'. Hell Within is not looking for another vocalist. Hell Within with Matt as the lead man will see you soon."

'Shadows of Vanity' was released in May on Lifeforce Records. The CD was tracked with longtime producer John Ellis and diligently mixed by Mark Lewis of AudioHammer Studios (Trivium, Bury Your Dead, God Forbid). Cover artwork was handled by acclaimed graphic designer and artist Paul Romano (Mastodon, Trivium, Through The Eyes of the Dead).

Hell Within's debut album, 'Asylum of the Human Predator', was released in April 2005 via Lifeforce Records.
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Matt McChesney (vocals)
Isaias Martinez (guitar)
Tony Zimmerman (guitar)
Joe Martinez (bass)
Brian Joyce (drums)

HELL WITHIN is an aggressive five piece machine that rose from the depths of Lowell, MA. Making their mark locally under the name TWYTCH. The bandís first self titled LP, TWYTCH, released in 2001, quickly gained them regional recognition. Their second EP "Hatred" released in 2003 proved to be nothing short of a mixture of styles that brought them to where they are today. The EP received great reviews from such web sites as www.chroniclesofchaos.com, www.metalrefuge.com and www.roughedge.com. The EP shows a mature mix of exactly where their perfected sound has taken them, a heavy, hard hitting, driving force of powerful aggression. After an extensive amount of touring, press, on-line exposure and high volume sales through out New England and the East Coast of the United States they finally caught the attention of Lifeforce Records. TWYTCH felt everything was falling into place however the name no longer fit. The band collectively agreed that they had out grown the name having become more brutal, technical and abrasive. After weeks of deliberation they unanimously agreed upon the name HELL WITHIN, which better fit their music as well as their personalities. Now, Hell Within has a fresh start, a record label and the opportunity to spread like a disease throughout the world. The band is ready to embark on this long road and one thing is for certain; the world will know the name HELL WITHIN.