Helium Horse Fly announce debut full-length album

10/07/2013 at 10:21 am (Uncategorized)

Helium Horse Fly band.
Experimental rock, venomous noise, progressive baroque hardcore, putting a label on this unusual band is no easy task. A crossroads that brings together diametrically opposed worlds and bridges the gap between extremes, led by a female voice at a cross between incantation and lyricism, Helium Horse Fly offers a musical journey that oscillates between tense breathing spells and cathartic violence.
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On October 25th, HHF will release its debut full-length album on CD and digital through Dipole Experiment Records. In waiting for the official day-one, the band has just unleashed a first extract with the song “Surgery plains”.
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For the record…

Helium Horse Fly was born in March 2009 in Liège, Belgium, and fastly, the band gave its first concerts and recorded its debut EP, “A dispute to redefine clearly frontiers between devils and angels”, an early digital release of which came out on April 19th, 2010, followed by a physical release on October 31st, 2010. This release was acclaimed by the press, and the track “Lights” won the PureDemo competition organized by the Belgian radio PureFM. Its successor, the EP “Fishing for Ghosts”, was released on December 14th, 2011 and met with the same reception.

HHF has performed in Belgium and France (Paris, Brussels, Liège, Lille, Besançon, …) and has done the opening act for bands such as Black Math Horseman, Overmars, Binaire, Aside From A Day, Generic, Lilly Wood & The Prick, …
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Helium Horse Fly cover.
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