FUEL FROM HELL - ITALY

Fill You Up With Five Star Gasoline - 2007 - Go Down
Easier Said Than Done - 2012 - Street Symphonies


  
 
Members

S= PHIL LASHER
G= DAM LITTMANEN - STEVE EIGHTEEN
B= MAX VELVET
D= ALEX COUNT



History

Spawned in 1998 the band issued The Superfaka demo in 2001. Perris Records featured a newer song, Heartbreaker, on Hollywood Hairspray Vol.6. Next came a full-length called Fill You Up With Five Star Gasoline on Go Down Records. Several shows were given in Finland. The band next covered Motley Crue with All In The Name Of... courtesy of Versailles Records. Shows followed including opening slots for L.A. Guns in Italy. Members left and the band opened for Adam Bomb. In 2012, armed with a new singer and drummer the group reappeared with an album called Easier Said Than Done.

Reviews

FUEL FROM HELL - EASIER SAID THAN DONE - STREET SYMPHONIES  
Fuel From Hell sounds like a thrash metal band from its name, but I assure you loyal readers of Metallian that the gang is a sleaze hard rock act. The group’s song quality is inconsistent. Too bad because there are good tracks and moments on the round silvery thing for sure. First though the sound: it is on the thinner side. I like thin, but not in music. Send Me Your Love is a ballad and is kinda snoozy, but the sound brings out all the weakness even more and exposes much that needs to be doubled up, amped up and pumped up. This track is sandwiched between powerful songs, Some Girls and Anything Goes. Another powerful song is Midnight. The opening riff is adrenalin and energy-ridden. Cool? Like I said, some of the time. The sleazier side of the band, in case you wondered, comes through on a barroom boogie song called Poison Whiskey and more. How could a girl not notice? Two of these guys have long hair. That is cool too. A few more leads would be cool too! - Sheila Wes Det




Interviews


Fuel From Hell