Watch Highway To Lelahell – An Algerian Metal Documentary


“Highway to Lelahell” is a 52 minutes documentary, which traces the career of Redouane Aouameur, emblematic character of the Algerian Metal scene.
This movie talks about his career, enriched for 23 years, which blends with the history of Metal in Algeria, from the Black Decade until today. Metalhead to his fingertips, totally committed to the music and especially for the dissemination and presentation of this musical style, far from clichés and prejudices, Redouane Aouameur will confide his diverse experiences in the Metal. Singer, bassist and above all guitarist today, he will talk about himself and evoke the bands in which he was one of the founding members, Neanderthalia, Carnavage, Devast, and of course the legendary adventure of the band Litham, without forgetting Lelahell in which he’s the front man today.
Unseen footage, exclusive excerpts from concerts and testimonies from the former members of the bands and actors of the Algerian Metal scene, will brighten up the story of Redouane Aouameur.
“Highway to Lelahell” is an excellent opportunity to see the true face of the Algerian Metal scene.

Lelahell is an Algerian metal band (Hard Rock), created in 2010 by Redouane Aouameur, who had previously been part of formations depicting the Metal (Neanderthalia, Litham, Carnavage, Devast). In January 2012, the one man band becomes a trio, and Lelahell’s EP (mini album) was released in August 2012 by Goressimo Records. A year later (in March 2013), the band performs at a festival in France, and leaves a good impression to the public, then they start an European tour that will take them, besides from France, to the Czech Republic and Slovakia. The first album, consisting of ten songs and titled Al Insane … The (Re) birth of Abderrahmane, was released in August 2014 in the United States. At the end of that year, in December, Lelahell starts another European tour.
For the future the group starts the writing of their second album and they aren’t thinking of stopping there!”

You can now watch “Highway to Lelahell” documentary free via YouTube below: