Shadows Promotions conducted an interview with HELMET mainman Page Hamilton on July 28 at the Masquerade in Atlanta, Georgia. You can watch the chat below.
HELMET recently celebrated the 20th anniversary of the release of its classic "Meantime" album by embarking on a five-week European tour and playing the LP in its entirety at each and every show.
HELMET's latest full-length album, "Seeing Eye Dog", came out on September 7, 2010. The band's first LP since 2006's critically acclaimed "Monochrome" and its seventh album overall was made available on the indie Work Song label (with physical distribution by Redeye and direct-to-fan digital delivery by Topspin). The CD was produced by HELMET mainman Page Hamilton, with additional production by Toshi Kasai and vocal production by Mark Renk.
Hamilton is joined in the current HELMET lineup by drummer Kyle Stevenson, guitarist Dan Beeman and bassist Dave Case.
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