HELMET Schedules One-Off Show In L.A. With FU MANCHU

HELMET has lined up a one-off show on March 4 at the House of Blues in West Hollywood, California. Also appearing on the bill is FU MANCHU.

Jukka Penttinen of Domination TV conducted an interview with HELMET mainman Page Hamilton prior to the band's January 13, 2009 concert at Nosturi in Helsinki. Watch the seven-minute chat below.

HELMET recently completed a tour of Europe with Oakland's TOTIMOSHI, the Bay Area co-ed trio whose newest album "Milagrosa", produced by HELMET's Page Hamilton and recorded by Toshi Kasai (BIG BUSINESS, MELVINS), was released physically throughout Europe on February 2 and digitally on January 20 via Volcom Entertainment.

Founded in 1989 by Page Hamilton, HELMET continues to tour the world and influence and inspire generations. Recording four albums over a nine-year period, including 1992's groundbreaking gold album "Meantime" and 1994's critically acclaimed "Betty", HELMET is currently writing an album for release in 2009.

HELMET 2009 is:

Page Hamilton (Vocals, Guitar)
Dan Beeman (Guitar)
Jon Fuller (Bass)
Kyle Stevenson (Drums)

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