Hellbros Raising Funds To Deliver Follow-Up To ‘Goodtime Machine’
September 15, 2014
After the successful release of their debut album ‘Goodtime Machine’, which was voted rock/hard rock album of the year at the 2012 Independent Music Awards, Hellbros are almost back with their sophomore follow-up — but they need a little help to get there.
To assist them in delivering their new record, tentatively called ‘Calling All Giants’, Hellbros is asking their fans to contribute through a number of different ways. Hellbros’ goal is to raise $5,000 by October 19th and they are already almost one third of the way there. The different ways to contribute are by either purchasing a digital download of the upcoming record, a digital download and shirt, or a keg party and Hellbros show — the latter option which includes a private show in the band’s hometown of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Each contributing option also includes other perks, the details of which can be found at www.indiegogo.com/projects/hellbros-new-album.
Formed in 2004, Hellbros consists of the high-energy quartet of brothers Peter (lead vocals) and Christian (guitar) along with Matt Spag (bass) and Josh Roy (drums). Sleaze Roxx recently described Hellbros’ ‘Goodtime Machine’ CD as follows, “If you like non-stop, loud, belligerent, uncomplicated rock ‘n’ roll with lots of attitude, Hellbros’ Goodtime Machine will most likely fill that need.”
You can obtain a free download of Hellbros’ ‘Goodtime Machine’ at www.rocktoamillion.com.
Courtesy of www.sleazeroxx.com