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Record Preview from the helvetica effect

A little while back, the fellas of the helvetica effect bestowed upon this little music writer one of the highest privileges; a sneak peek at their upcoming full length album.   Although the tracks weren’t mastered yet, as production guru Richard Skopnik was mindful of making sure I knew, this is a record to be excited about.

One of the flaws of previous recorded material from the helvetica effect is that it never quite captured their energy; the momentous show they put on as a live band.  This record aims to, and from what I heard, will succeed at rectifying that.

Although there are a few details that I’ve been sworn to secrecy on, there is a sweeping grandeur to this record.  Lots of layered guitars and vocals paired with unique guitar tones prove that no detail has been overlooked in the recording of this album.

The track I am most curious to hear at its 100% completion point is a new instrumental song.  It’s big and dramatic, the kind of song that would underscore an epic battle scene during a summer blockbuster movie.

An official release date hasn’t been set yet, but I’m hopeful to have a copy in my hands by Spring 2013.

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3 comments on “Record Preview from the helvetica effect

  1. Andy
    December 10, 2012

    I think we should write a movie & cast the band as heroes, & they can star in & score the movie @ the same time.

    • Rob
      December 10, 2012

      To Andy:

      “(The Day I Tried To) Save The World” video. Coming soon.

      the helvetica effect

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