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"HELIVS" is set to release their self-titled album in July 2019


Shortly after signed band Oblivious Signal disbanded in 2018, Vocalist Cristina T. Feliciano started the group HELIVS (pronounced He-Lee-Us). In her many years in the music industry, Cristina had toured and played national festivals such as Warped Tour, Rock Fest (WI), opened up for nationals such as Buckcherry and many more.

She was also a guest vocalist in the band Soil's (Halo, Break me Down) music video which was a rendition of the the song "Gimme Some Lovin" by The Blues Brothers.

During this time touring the USA, she met Frank Facciolli who had played bass for artists such as Alecia Keys, Jeremy Camp, and Seventh Day Slumber. After filling in on national tour dates for OS, Cristina and Frank decided to create a project of their own one day. Naturally when creating HELIVS Frank filled the bassist position first, followed by guitarist Brandon Benitez. Brandon's background in classical and technical music paired perfectly with the vision of HELIVS. The band was rounded off perfectly, with drumming powerhouse Robert Rogers who Cristina had played with on previous tours.
Track List:
1. The Kill
2. Collide
3. Oxygen
4. Fire of Fame
5. Destiny
6. 2000
7. Time Stood Still
8. Burn
9. Quicksand
10. Demon Inside (Live Acoustic)

HELIVS Tour Dates:

Friday, 7/12 Pascagoula, MS The Celtic Irish Pub w/ Reason Define
Saturday, 7/13 Huntsville, AL Shagnasty's w/ Reason Define
Sunday, 7/14 Indianapolis, IN Irving Theatre w/ Reason Define
Tuesday, 7/16 Green Bay, WI Lyric Room w/ Reason Define
Thursday, 7/18 Fort Atkinson, WI Hijinx w/ Reason Define
Friday, 7/19 Cadott,WI ROCK FEST
Saturday, 7/20 Algona, IA Lifers w/ Reason Define
Sunday, 7/21 Waterloo, IA Spicoli's w/ Reason Define
Wednesday, 7/24 Hamtramck, MI New Dodge Lounge w/ Reason Define
Thursday, 7/25 Fort Wayne, IN The Glory Hub w/ Reason Define
Friday, 7/26 Akron, OH The Vortex w/ Reason Define
Saturday, 7/27 Winchester, VA Granny's Place w/ Reason Define


Cristina T. Feliciano (Vocals)
Frank Faccioli - Bass
Brandon Benitez - Guitars
Robert Rogers - Drums

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    July 16, 2019

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