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Helmet Move On: The Covers and Hits Tour Rescue Rooms, Nottingham

Friday 13th May 2022 Doors at 18:30

Helmet Academy 3, Manchester

Friday 20th May 2022 Doors at 19:30
Helmet Fan Reviews (2) 5.0
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"great show"
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Helmet 30x30x30, O2 Academy Islington, London - 10th October 2019

great show yesterday from helmet in London , 2 hours pur rock .

Posted by Carsten Rottig on 11/10/2019

"Noisy and brilliant"
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Helmet 30x30x30, O2 Academy Islington, London - 10th October 2019

A truly great band playing a long set of 30 songs to celebrate there 30th anniversary. A great mix of songs and met page at the end when the whole band came down the front for pictures. Nice guys who play great stompy tunes

Posted by SCOTTPAULEY on 11/10/2019


In 1989, Page Hamilton co-founded the New York-based Helmet, fusing Zeppelinesque riffing with a vehement post-hardcore precision, augmented by dense chords and offbeat time signatures based in Hamilton's formal jazz training. The combination was that rarest of visionary creations--it was successful in its own time. After their 1990 debut album ‘Strap It On’ (on revered indie label Amphetamine Reptile), Helmet unleashed the major label ‘Meantime’ (1992), a widely acclaimed album that earned a Grammy nomination, went gold, and launched a thousand other bands. ‘Betty’ followed in 1994, successfully branching out from the band's ferocious attack and into more varied musical waters. Another acclaimed album ‘Aftertaste’ followed in 1997 and after nine years and thousands of shows, Helmet called it a day in 1998.

Hamilton went on to do soundtrack work for major Hollywood movies like Catwoman, S.W.A.T., Titus, and Saw, among others, formed the band Gandhi, and, following in the footsteps of greats like Adrian Belew and Stevie Ray Vaughan, played lead guitar in David Bowie's band in 1999. In 2004 Hamilton restarted Helmet, releasing two acclaimed albums -‘Size Matters’ in 2004, ‘Monochrome’ in 2006--and ‘Seeing Eye Dog’ in 2010.

Bands such as the Deftones, Rise Against, Pantera and Tool have all cited Helmet as an influence, and not just for Helmet's blistering, aggro approach but for the band's sheer musicality and brains. See, Helmet, among other things, is a work of art. Hamilton is a trained musician who happens to make heavy, brutal music, a guy who digs Bartok and Minor Threat.

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