To Hell and Back (album)

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To Hell and Back
Sinergy To Hell and Back.png
Studio album by
ReleasedJuly 25, 2000
RecordedJanuary–February 2000
Genre Heavy metal, power metal
Label Nuclear Blast
Sinergy chronology
Beware the Heavens
To Hell and Back
Suicide by My Side

To Hell and Back is the second album by the power metal band Sinergy, it was released on July 25, 2000. [1] It featured a cover version of "Hanging on the Telephone", originally by The Nerves and made famous by Blondie and the Japanese release bonus track is a cover version of "Invincible", originally by Pat Benatar.


The song "Gallowmere" is inspired by MediEvil .

Track listing

1."The Bitch Is Back" Kimberly Goss, Alexi Laiho 4:05
2."Midnight Madness"Goss, Laiho, Marko Hietala 4:14
3."Lead Us to War"Goss, Laiho, Roope Latvala 4:13
4."Laid to Rest"Goss5:40
5."Gallowmere"Goss, Laiho5:44
6."Return to the Fourth World"Goss, Laiho, Hietala4:09
7."Last Escape"Goss, Latvala4:32
8."Wake Up in Hell"Goss, Laiho, Tommi Lillman 6:55
9."Hanging on the Telephone" Jack Lee 2:03
10."Invincible" (Japanese bonus track) Simon Climie, Holly Knight 4:10
11."Venomous Vixens (1998 demo)" (Korean bonus track)Goss, Laiho3:15
12."The Warrior Princess (1998 demo)" (Korean bonus track)Goss, Jesper Strömblad, Ronny Milianowicz4:51
13."Razorblade Salvation (1998 demo)" (Korean bonus track)Goss, Strömblad5:00


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  1. "To Hell and Back - Sinergy". AllMusic . All Media Network . Retrieved August 8, 2019.