THE HELLACOPTERS Secure US Deal For "Visibility", "Crap"

Sweden's THE HELLACOPTERS, featuring former ENTOMBED drummer Nicke Andersson (now going by the name Nick Royale) on guitar/vocals, will issue their latest studio album, High Visibility, in the US through Gearhead Records during March. The same label will also release a collection of the band's singles, entitled Cream Of The Crap, later in the year. Cream Of The Crap, which is scheduled to be issued in Sweden through Led Recordings/Universal on January 23rd, will contain the following track listing:

01. Thanks For Nothing
02. Crimson Ballroom
03. Makes It Alright
04. Television Addict
05. Killing Allan
06. Misanthropic High
07. Rockhammer
08. 1995
09. Gimme Shelter
10. Heart Of The Matter
11. Tilt City
12. Downright Blue
13. I Got A Right
14. Ferrytale
15. Freespeedin'
16. I Want A Lip
17. The Creeps
18. Lowered Pentangles


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