HELIX Frontman To Guest-Host Tomorrow's 'The Classic Metal Show'

HELIX vocalist Brian Vollmer will guest-host "The Classic Metal Show" on Saturday, September 22. Vollmer will debut a large portion of HELIX's latest release, "The Power of Rock and Roll", as well as play classic HELIX cuts and songs that have influenced his 30-plus-year career.

To listen to the show live, go to www.cmsradionetwork.com on Saturday beginning at 9:00 p.m. EST.

HELIX's video for the song "Fill Your Head with Rock" can be viewed below. The track comes off "The Power of Rock and Roll", which was released in Canada via Capitol/EMI on July 31, via Sanctuary in the UK on August 20 and on September 4 in the U.S. by Perris Records.

"The Power of Rock And Roll" features Vollmer, bassist Jeff Fountain, guitarist Steve Georgakopoulos and drummer Rob MacEachern.


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