The announcement, made in 2016, was a huge event as Helloween were viewed as the would-be successors to Iron Maiden back in the ’80s, but internal issues cut that short. The band pressed on as did Kiske and Hansen, but it was never the same. This live package celebrates this reunion by touching on all aspects of their career, and with three vocalists (Andy Deris rounds out the vocal attack) it makes for an authentic live representation of the power that is Helloween.
United Alive In Madrid by Helloween is out now via Nuclear Blast/Caroline.
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