THE HELLACOPTERS To Release New Album In The Fall

Sweden's THE HELLACOPTERS, whose lineup includes former ENTOMBED drummer Nicke Andersson on guitar/vocals, has posted the following message on its official web site:

"We're still working on our new, as-yet-untitled album which according to our plans will be finished before summer. It is once again being produced by Chips K and mixing will be done by Henryk Lipp in early May. We're hoping to release it sometime in the fall. We'll keep you posted. We will also play the festival Way Out West in Gothenburg on August 10-11 as the only Swedish date this summer."

THE HELLACOPTERS' latest album, "Rock & Roll Is Dead", was released in the U.S. in February 2006 via Liquor and Poker Music. The American version of the CD contained two bonus tracks not included on any other version of the recording, as well as bonus video clips for the singles "Everything's on T.V." and "I'm in the Band".

THE HELLACOPTERS were nominated for a Swedish "Grammis" award last year in the "Best Rock Group of the Year" category.


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