HELLION Seek Record Deal, Announce Live Dates

Reunited Los Angeles metallers HELLION are in the process of negotiating a record deal or a license deal to distribute their recently-recorded CD in territories worldwide. If no record contract is secured, the band will release a four-song CD EP via New Renaissance Records, to be sold at a low price to promote the band (“much in the same way as QUEENSRYCHE did in the 1980s”, according to the band's official web site). Then, there will be the option to sort out the future for the full-length CD. A decision on this matter will be made by February 1st. Meanwhile, you can catch HELLION live at the following venues:

Jan. 26 - Paladino's - Reseda, CA
Jan. 31 - Club Caos - Riverside, CA.
Feb. 16 - Brick By Brick - San Diego, CA
Feb. 23 - Roadhouse, Sacramento, CA.
Feb. 24 - Concord Depot, Concord, CA.
Feb. 26 - CW - San Francisco, CA
Mar. 23 - Hell Fest - Whittier, CA


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