THE HELLACOPTERS To Celebrate 10-Year Anniversary With Brand New EP

THE HELLACOPTERS' 10-year anniversary party is being held at Mondo in Stockholm on November 4. The band will DJ throughout the evening, with live performances scheduled from GLUECIFER and THE FLAMING SIDEBURNS. 600 tickets will be sold at www.ticnet.se.

To coincide with the group's anniversary, THE HELLACOPTERS' new mini-album, "Strikes Like Lightning", is being released through Universal. It contains six songs, all originals: "Turn the Wrong Key", "Take Me On", "A View From Nowhere", "Blinded by the Light", "Fiends & Frankensteins" and "On the Line".

The vinyl version on Sweet Nothing Records will be a special deluxe triple 7" box set with some extra stuff as vinyl-only bonus. It will be limited to 3,000 copies. A release date has yet to be announced.

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