HELMET: New Tour Dates Announced

Influential alternative rock pioneers HELMET have scheduled the following dates:

Mar. 13 - Red Seven - Austin, Texas
Mar. 14 - Viper Room - Austin, Texas
Mar. 15 - The Playground - Park City, Utah
Apr. 17 - Canes Bar and Grill - San Diego, California
Apr. 18 - Key Club - Hollywood, California
Apr. 24 - Coolangata Hotel - Gold Coast
Apr. 25 - Great Northern Hotel - Byron Bay
Apr. 26 - Hoey & Moey - Coffs Harbour, Australia
Apr. 30 - Gaelic Club - Sydney, Australia
May 01 - Uni Bar - Wollongong, Australia
May 02 - Anu Bar - Canberra, Australia
May 03 - Hi Fi Bar - Melbourne, Australia
May 04 - Fowler’s - Adelaide, Australia

HELMET's new song "Revenge Destroys Everything" has been posted on the group's MySpace page. The track was featured in legendary comic book creators Paul Jenkins (Wolverine Origin, Frontlines) and Rob Prior's (Spawn The Impaler, "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" TV show, EFX) new original motion picture "Tatua".

HELMET's video for the song "Money Shot" can be viewed on Google Video. The track comes off the group's latest album, "Monochrome", which was released in July 2006. The follow-up to 2004's "Size Matters" was co-produced by Wharton Tiers, who recorded the band's first two releases, "Strap It On" and "Meantime".

Watch fan-filmed video footage of HELMET performing "In The Meantime" on September 14, 2007 at The Sets in Tempe, Arizona:


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