THE HELLACOPTERS' 'Head Off' Cracks Swedish Top 5

"Head Off", the "absolutely final" album from Sweden's THE HELLACOPTERS the band fronted by former ENTOMBED drummer Nicke Andersson (on guitar/vocals) has entered the Swedish national chart at position No. 4.

"Head Off" was released in Sweden last Friday (April 18) via Wild Kingdom on CD, LP and a limited CD/vinyl deluxe combo version. The CD was once again produced by Chips Kiesby (THE NOMADS, SATOR, THE TURPENTINES) and mixed by Henryk Lipp.

European festival appearances will follow during the summer, and a final headlining run will take place in the fall.

A video for the song "In the Sign of the Octopus" which is featured on "Head Off" can be viewed below.

THE HELLACOPTERS was the featured musical guest on the "Nyhetsmorgon" program on Sweden's TV4's on March 20. Watch the band's performance at

"In the Sign of the Octopus": Video
"Same Lame Story": Video


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