Helms Alee are back to share the video of “Lay Waste Child”, directed by Aaron Guadamuz. The song is from the band's latest record 'Noctiluca' that you can buy for only $4. All of their full length Sargent House…
Stay fucking alert. Keep your eyes and ears fastened on the trio that stands before you, pummeling their instruments to the hilt while launching forth their brain-piercing sound.
You have entered Helms Alee's realm and you're better off for it.
The Seattle band features guitarist Ben Verellen, bassist Dana James and drummer Hozoji Matheson-Margullis. All share roaring/melodic vocals and are equal architects of their sound, which grasps onto heaps of noise and yanks the listener into myriad directions. Rage, pull back with a softer part, rage again. Emotions being torn into on the entire journey.
Watching Helms Alee drummer Hozoji Matheson-Margullis do her thing is hypnotizing. Sitting behind a late-‘60s black Rogers kit—the same one her dad bought her when she was 15 years old—Matheson-Margullis covered lead and backing locals while playing over…
Helms Alee are nothing if not mysterious, the Seattle-based trio laying down a sound somewhere between atmospheric sludge, post-hardcore and post-metal throughout their catalog, which now includes fifth album Noctiluca, out tomorrow on Sargent House.
To celebrate the release of the album, and to try to understand the minds that create the band’s unique sound a bit more, we caught up with drummer/vocalist Hozoji Matheson-Margullis and guitarist/vocalist Ben Verellen to find out what five heavy albums changed their lives.
HELMS ALEE Premieres The Appropriately Titled Track “Beat Up”
Sludge metal trio, Helms Alee, are back at it with a brand new album titled Noctiluca, and if you’re looking something heartwarmingly crude and groovy, then you owe it to yourself to check this out!
Today we’re excited to bring you the track “Beat Up” off the album, a quick number that is disgustingly raw and catchy at the same time, leaving you to smash that repeat button more than you’d like to admit.