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The Helix Nebula Releases New EP

The Helix Nebula has officially released new EP "Meridian," which you can now pick up at Bandcamp or stream in full below.

"Meridian" was produced, mixed, and mastered by Simon Grove at Nerve Studios, while the drums were recorded by Shane Edwards at Electric Sun Studios. The track listing is as follows:

1. Sea Of Suns 05:45
2. Temple 03:47
3. Convalescence 03:16
4. Time Piece 04:03
5. Sailing Stone (feat. Plini) 05:30
6. Crystal Plains 05:30

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The Helix Nebula Streaming New Track

The Helix Nebula has released a new track online for streaming titled "Temple," which can be heard below.

"Temple" is cut off the band's impending new EP "Meridian," due to officially drop on August 29th, 2014. Pre-orders are available at this location, and the track listing is as follows:

1. Sea of Suns
2. Temple
3. Convalescence
4. Time Piece
5. Sailing Stone (feat. Plini)
6. Crystal Plains More...

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The Helix Nebula Streaming New Track

The Helix Nebula has posted another new song online, simply titled "Track 2," which can be heard through the band's official Facebook page. The Helix Nebula also commented on the song:

"Okay almost 5am. Definitely time to sleep. Hoping you all enjoy our second song Track 2. Once again thank you to everyone who's supporting us, more stuff is in the works, including videos, tabs and more music!

"Please keep showing your friends and helping us get out into the wide world of music! Let us know what you think of the new track if you have time! Peace."

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The Helix Nebula Posts New Song Online

Technical metal act The Helix Nebula has posted a new, as-yet-untitled, demo track on the band's official Facebook page. The Helix Nebula commented on the demo by saying:

"Just finished the rough master of the second track. My mind hurts and I don't want to see another wav file for at least 24 hours, BUT the song sounds pretty angry. Tek-az-fuk even."

You can check out the untitled new demo at this location.

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