Aloha from Hell is a German pop rock band from Aschaffenburg, Bayern. After a few singles and a studio album, No More Days to Waste, released in 2009, the band breaks up in 2010.
Aloha from Hell was formed in 2006. The starting point of the band's career was when the group won the BRAVO Newcomer Band Contest in August 2007, the group signed a record deal with Sony BMG. Their first big concert is, for the five musicians, Supershow BRAVO 2008, where they will play in front of more than 6,000 spectators. On June 6, 2008, the band recorded their first single, Do not Gimme That, which is produced by Alex Wende and René Rennefeld (including The Prince, H-Blockx). The sound is reminiscent of band models like Die Happy, Nickelback, Avril Lavigne, Paramore and Evanescence.
The group sings only in English. The group's first studio album, No More Days to Waste, was released on January 16, 2009. On May 29, 2009, they won the Comet Award in the category "Best Newcomers" . In January 2010, Aloha from Hell sings on the song We Are the World 25 for Haiti with more than 100 artists for Haiti. In December 2009, Aloha from Hell was working on the next album. But on July 15, 2010, they announce the separation of the group>. Their last concert took place on July 24, 2010 in Hainsfarth.
With their success in the German-speaking countries, the group is tackling the conquest of the rest of Europe. These performances take place in June 2009 in Belgium and France (Brussels 3 June , Paris 4 June , Lyon 5 June , Strasbourg the 6 June )>. In Japan, the group is also successful. The album and song (No More Days to Waste) reach positions in the top 10 from June 7 to 12, 2009>. The group travels to Japan a second time for advertising appearances. Harajuku holds the 10 June , the world premiere in Japan (Can You Hear Me Boys). In addition, there was a premiere event, which had attached two large screens outside the building. The broadcast of the video took place in the first part, and on television, before an audience of several million people.