Helloween Announces The Release Date Of New Self-Titled Album

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The metal band based in Germany, Helloween, took their official Instagram account to share a new post and announced the release date of their new album.

Back in 2019. Helloween announced that they started to record a new album, and scheduled a tour in 2020. Unfortunately, the tour has postponed due to the coronavirus outbreak, but it seems like we can listen to the new album sooner than expected.

The last time Helloween released an album was back in 2015, My God-Given Right, and this is the longest time Helloween didn’t release an album. However, the band will release its sixteenth studio album in June 2021.

The album is also called Helloween, and it will mark the return of Kai Hansen on guitars/vocals and Michael Kiske on vocals. Also, it will feature three vocalists for the first time in their discography, Hansen, Kiske, and Andi Deris.

Here is the official announcement from Helloween:

“Now, that’s a thing of beauty! On June 18th, 2021, we will release our new album, simply titled “HELLOWEEN”. The artwork, a handmade painting, was done by Berlin-based artist Eliran Kantor. How do you like it?”

You can check out the post by clicking here.