"Freakin' Out Of Hell" is the 9th album of the heavy power metal band Highlord, founded in 1997 in the north west of Italy. With a long story lasting over 2 decades and half, Highlord conquered many successes in their career and played several shows. During the 2000's the band was highly acclaimed in Japan thanks to the metal version of some famous anime cover songs ("Pegasus Fantasy" above all). In the years the band has always developed the style, also because of the several line-up changes, but still today it still retains it's identity: a classic heavy/power metal with influences from symphonic and progressive. "Freakin' Out of Hell" includes 11 tracks of pure power-metal in perfect Highlord's style, this time with a much more aggressive sound and a touch of prog-metal. Once more the album was recorded, mixed, mastered and produced by bass player Massimiliano Flak (Sound Storm) at Evolution Recording Studio (Italy). The whole artwork was created by Harley Velasquez on a concept designed by Highlord.