Sacramento’s Helion Prime To Release Self Titled Debut In February 2016

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Sacramento, California up and coming science fiction power metal band HELION PRIME self titled debut album is scheduled for an independent release on February 15, 2016 and can be pre-ordered now as either a physical or digital copy at the band’s BandCamp 

All pre-orders will be able to immediately download the album’s new single “Into the Black Hole” featuring a guest guitar solo from Jeff Teets of Allentown, Pennsylvania progressive metal band Mindmaze.

Helion Prime – “Helion Prime” album tracklist:

1. Into the Alien Terrain
2. The Drake Equation
3. Life Finds a Way
4. Into the Black Hole
5. A Place I Thought I Knew
6. Keep What You Kill
7. Ocean of Time
8. Moon-Watcher
9. Apollo (The Eagle Has Landed)
10. Live and Die On This Day

“Everyone in Helion Prime is very excited to finally be able to announce the release date for our debut album. We appreciate every single one of you for being patient and dealing with the ups and downs of making this album. This has been a long journey but we feel that we have created a very strong album and that the wait will be worth it. We can’t express enough how much you all mean to us and we hope you enjoy this album as much as we do. A huge thank you to every fan, friend, family member who has helped make this possible. You are all amazing.”

For the latest band news and show dates, visit the official HELION PRIME website  and Facebook page:

Heather Michele – Vocals
Jason Ashcraft – Guitars
Jeremy Steinhouse – Bass
Justin Herzer – Drums

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