Halestorm Albums Ranked

Halestorm is an American rock band from Red Lion, Pennsylvania, consisting of lead vocalist and guitarist Lzzy Hale, her brother drummer and percussionist Arejay Hale, guitarist Joe Hottinger, and bassist Josh Smith. The group’s self-titled debut album was released on April 28, 2009, through Atlantic Records. Their second album The Strange Case Of… was released on April 10, 2012. Its lead single “Love Bites (So Do I)” from that album won the Grammy Award for Best Hard Rock/Metal Performance on February 10, 2013.T heir third album, Into the Wild Life (2015), peaked at number five on the Billboard 200.[9] The band’s fourth album, Vicious (2018), debuted at number eight on the chart, becoming their second top 10 records. Here are all of Halestorm albums ranked.

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8. Reanimate 2.0: The Covers EP (2013)

“This is good stuff. This particular release is a mix of styles, 6 different cover tunes redone by Halestorm. They rock an old Judas Priest classic- Dissident Aggressor, do a Daft Punk song, some Marilyn Manson and even Stevie Nicks. Lzzy Hale has got an unbelievable set of vocal “pipes” and you’ll be impressed at the depths she can go…She can really belt it out, but also sing so harmoniously and sweet.”

7. Reimagined (2020)

“This EP is ear candy of the highest quality, acoustic reworkings of a few of her biggest hits including a gorgeous duet with another powerhouse voice of our generation, Amy Lee of Evanescence., and a quality cover of a classic ballad made famous by an epic voice taken from us too soon, Whitney Houston, and originally performed by one of the grand dames of country music, Dolly Parton.”

6. Reanimate: The Covers EP (2011)

“They do justice to each and every song they’ve covered here and improve on a couple. Their take on Skid Row, Temple of the Dog, The Beatles, and Heart are great. What they did with Guns N Roses and Lady Gaga is simply awesome! The song selection is good and the performances are amazing. They took mediocre songs from both Lady Gaga and Guns N Roses and turned them into something you want ot hear over and over. Well done! Must have for any serious hard music fans!!”

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5. Reanimate 3.0: The Covers EP (2017)

“This cover is very up tempo and quite a bit shorter, so at first listen it may seem a bit rushed. But the more you listen to it, you appreciate Lzzy’s vocal range and really just how tight the band is. Damn I Wish I Was Your Lover was a huge surprise to me. I always liked the original song but wouldn’t really have though it would have been something on Halestorm’s radar. It’s always interesting to see the influences that artists have on each other, and I’m guessing this might have been one Lzzy had liked. She really does an awesome job here of giving a passionate performance.”

4. Halestorm (2009)

“he lyrics smack of Pat Benetar, even if the voice lacks the power or the range. The attitude reminds me much more of early Joan Jett, but the voice is sweeter and more controlled. Crunch guitars and more hooks than a tackle box make it worth the spin in either case.”

3. Vicious (2018)

“This album feels more personal than its predecessors. Halestorm have a different ‘bite’ to each album. The last album had a bit of a country bite, and this album has a little pop bite. The songs are still very Halestorm, just a rockin’ good time. They are road dogs and their dedication to live music is something I greatly appreciate and admire.”

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2. Into The Wild Life (2015)

“his album explores new ground, yet it still leaves no doubt in your mind that this is Halestorm! This is a really solid album that features great songs, superior playing, gut wrenching guitar, & that Lzzy Hale vocal magic! Just take a listen to the track Apocalyptic & you know they are back!”

1. The Strange Case Of… (2012)

“Halestorm, The Strange Case of… album is a huge step up in song writing and production values. Finally, the songs have reached the caliber of Lzzy Hale’s voice. This collection of songs is great for road trips. A nice mix of rocking tracks with crunchy guitars and piano ballads. The slower songs won’t put you to sleep, tho.”