Former HELMET Frontman Returns To Action With Solo Effort

Former HELMET mainman Page Hamilton has been quietly demoing new solo material and is presently shopping around for a record deal with the help of manager Dave Whitehead, who also handled HELMET. At the moment, a five-song demo is making the rounds featuring a heavy-yet-melodic direction that showcases Hamilton's much-improved vocals, which carry the material to heights previously unheard on HELMET's four full-length releases to date (discounting the group's 1995 collection of unreleased/rare tracks, Born Annoying). The five songs on the offer are as follows:

01. Money Shot
02. Just Like Me
03. Enemies
04. Everybody Loves You
05. Black Light


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