Burn Halo, Featuring Former Eighteen Visions Frontman James Hart, Premiere New Song, “Wolves of War”

Burn Halo

Burn Halo, the hard-rock band led by ex-Eighteen Visions vocalist James Hart, will release their new album, ‘Wolves of War,’ September 23 via Epochal Label Group. In anticipation, the group has teamed with Revolver to premiere the title track from the record. Check out the lyric video below and let us know what you think in the comments.

“Our label and management felt confident enough after hearing early demos that they pretty much left us alone during the recording process allowing us to make the record we envisioned, with no compromises and no regrets,” Hart comments. “This album is that vision.

“Fred Archambault [Avenged Sevenfold, Eighteen Visions] was a natural fit for producer as I really wanted to get back to my more metal ‘Eighteen Visions’ roots while still keeping the music accessible. We also wanted a more guitar-driven album. We felt like that was an untapped strength of the band not showcased on previous albums.

“The song ‘Wolves of War’ is a statement of aggression and angst towards all that have never given us a chance. This is our answer to the naysayers. With a foot upon your throat, we will be heard.”

Guitarist Joey Roxx adds, “I think this is a real step forward for us. We have an awesome lineup and made the record we always wanted to.”

For more on Burn Halo, follow them at Facebook.com/BurnHalo and Twitter.com/BurnHalo.


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  • Max Blutnebelbart

    this is definetely not hard rock^^
    reminds me of old avenged sevenfold

    • Santeri Saarela

      Not really. But at least the genre is closer.

      • Max Blutnebelbart

        ah didn’t meant to say they sound like ’em.
        there are just a few parts that somehow remind me of old a7x…

        • http://metalgear.wikia.com/wiki/FOXHOUND Shitbird

          Well, this sounds like Eighteen Visions, who were a direct influence on Avenged Sevenfold. A7x got their start by opening for 18V at Chain Reaction in Orange County.

  • Nick

    i dont understand how these guys havent gotten more exposure.

  • Dustin Starr

    This is such a badass song! Sounds a lot like 18 Visions!