THE HELLACOPTERS: 'Rock And Roll Is Dead' To Arrive In June
Universal (Sweden) has set a June 8 release date for the new THE HELLACOPTERS album, "Rock and Roll is Dead".
The follow-up to 2002's "By the Grace of God", "Rock and Roll is Dead" was produced by Chips Kiesbye at Atlantis studio in Stockholm and was mixed by Michael Ilbert at Megaphon Studio.
"Rock and Roll is Dead" track listing:
01. Before the Fall
02. Everything's on TV
04. No Angel to Lay Me Away
05. Bring It on Home
06. Leave It Alone
07. Murder on My Mind
08. I'm in the Band
09. Put out the Fire
10. I Might Come See You Tonight
11. Nothing Terribly New
12. Make It Tonight
13. Time Got No Time to Wait for Me
"Everything's on TV" is said to be a likely first choice for a single, although this has yet to be officially confirmed.
The group's fifth studio album, "By the Grace of God" was certified gold in Sweden for sales in excess of 30,000 copies. It is the second gold album for THE HELLACOPTERS, who achieved the same feat with their previous release, 2000's "High Visibility".
THE HELLACOPTERS feature in their ranks former ENTOMBED drummer Nicke Andersson on guitar/vocals.
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