HELIX To Release New Album In September
Canadian rock legends HELIX will release their new studio CD, "The Power of Rock and Roll", in the U.S. on September 4 via Perris Records (Sanctuary in Europe).
"The Power of Rock and Roll" is HELIX's first studio album since 2004. For this return, original lead singer and frontman Brian Vollmer is joined by Jeff Fountain (bass), Steve Georgakopoulos (lead guitar) and Rob MacEachern (drums) who rock out on 10 newly penned originals including the fist focus track "Get Up!", "Baby Likes to Ride", and a newly recorded version of their classic "Heavy Metal Love".
"The Power of Rock and Roll" track listing:
01. Get Up!
02. Boomerang Lover
03. Cyberspace Girl
04. Baby Likes to Ride
05. The Past Is Back (To Kick Your Ass)
06. Fill Your Head With Rock
07. Nickles & Dimes
08. Livin' Life Large
09. Eat My Dust
10. The Power of Rock and Roll
11. Heavy Metal Love (new version)
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