Release date for Helix’s latest compilation album ‘Eat Sleep Rock’ getting delayed to August
The release date for Helix‘s upcoming compilation album Eat Sleep Rock (which will include one brand new track) is getting delayed from springtime to the month of August.
Track List for Eat Sleep Rock (not necessarily in order):
01. Eat Sleep Rock (new song)
02. Wrecking Ball
03. Shock City Psycho Rock
04. I’m A Live Frankenstein
05. Even Jesus (Wasn’t Love In His Hometown)
06. Cyberspace Girl
07. When the Bitter’s Got the Better of You
08. The Tequila Song
09. (Gene Simmons Says) Rock Is Dead
10. The Devil Is Having A Party Tonight
The following message as posted in part on Helix‘s Facebook page earlier today (with slight edits)
“So how’s everybody doing out there in Coronavirus Land? Here at Helix Central we’ve been busy with a few things. A couple of weeks ago Jay Paneseiko (our webmaster), Stewie Pothier (Helix‘s soundman), myself, and Greg Campbell (our merchandiser) released Live at Maxwell’s on our website free for all fans who wanted to tune in. This was our way of keeping our profile going, as live dates are probably a year away. To give back to our fans who are struggling through these times, we’re offering a 30% discount on all Helix swag through the month of May. So far the response has been amazing and Helix merchandise is flying off the shelves.
Our new album Eat Sleep Rock is sitting in the can right now, with it’s release pushed back until August. It’s a compilation album of tracks recorded since 1996 with a couple new cuts. Worldwide it will be coming out on vinyl and in the U.S. and Europe on CD through Perris Records. In the meantime, we’ll be spending our off time this summer and fall writing the new Helix studio album. Idle hands are the Devil’s tool, don’t ya know….”
Wikipedia indicates that Helix have released the following compilation albums over the years: Over 60 Minutes With… (1989), Deep Cuts: The Best Of (1999), Never Trust Anyone Over 30 (2004) (US compilation), Rockin’ You for 30 Years (2004) (Canadian compilation), Best of 1983-2012 (2013), Rock It Science (2016) and Icon (2018).
Helix‘s “(Gene Simmons Says) Rock Is Dead” video: