THE HELLACOPTERS To Be Featured On MNN's 'Some Real Music'

Sweden's THE HELLACOPTERS, whose lineup includes former ENTOMBED drummer Nicke Andersson on guitar/vocals, will be featured on the debut program of the new series "Some Real Music" on MNN (Manhattan Neighborhood Network), on Time Warner cable channel 56, RCN cable channel 84 and on the Internet at (select channel 56) this afternoon (Wednesday, Sept. 20) at 4:30 p.m. (New York time). There will be live footage of THE HELLACOPTERS from their Bowery Ballroom (New York City) show on March 10, 2006, as well as interview segments with Nicke Andersson and Robert Eriksson. In addition, Nicke Andersson's collaborations with Scott Morgan (THE HYDROMATICS and THE SOLUTION) will be mentioned.

THE HELLACOPTERS' latest album, "Rock & Roll Is Dead", was released in the U.S. in February 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 Grammy award earlier in the year, this time for "Best Rock Group of the Year."


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