THE HELLACOPTERS Sign U.S. Deal With LIQUOR AND POKER MUSIC

Sweden's THE HELLACOPTERS, who feature in their ranks former ENTOMBED drummer Nicke Andersson on guitar/vocals, have inked a U.S. deal with Liquor and Poker Music. As part of the agreement, Liquor and Poker Music will handle the American release of the group's most recent CD, "By The Grace Of God", and the second installment of collected non-album works — "Cream of the Crap! Vol. 2". As a special bonus, the U.S. edition of "By The Grace OF God" will include two bonus tracks, two videos and an EPK (Electronic Press Kit).

The group's fifth studio album, "By The Grace Of God" as certified gold in Sweden for sales in excess of 30,000 copies. It is the second gold album for THE HELLACOPTERS, who achieved the same feat with their previous release, 2000's "High Visibility".

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