Heavenly Trip To Hell
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Heavenly Trip To Hell

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EP: No Salvation No Regrets
EP: Assassination #1


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They gained a large following through numerous live shows. After playing many backyard parties, underground warehouse parties and raves, the band eventually moved on to bigger gigs in Orange County such as The Rhino Room, Gecko's, and The Lava Lounge. Backed by a strong underground following, Heavenly Trip To Hell took their first chance at playing the Sunset Strip in Hollywood in 1999. Heavenly Trip To Hell was able to sell out The Coconut Teaszer and the world famous Whisky A Go-Go.

Today, Heavenly Trip To Hell is stronger than ever. With an average following of 250 people, Heavenly Trip To Hell continues to sell out clubs all over Los Angeles. Their debut album No Salvation No Regrets, has sold thousands of copies to many loyal fans. Their second album Assassination #1, released on the second anniversary of 9/11 in 2003, makes an even bigger statement during these troubled times of uncertainty in this country under a leader who doesn't represent what their life is about. HTTH has also accomplished this feat all without a record deal, which is why the band is the most respected hardcore industrial band in Long Beach. They have surpassed the norm while staying true to their roots.

Most Long Beach bands never get a chance to leave Long Beach. Heavenly Trip To Hell has surpassed that goal by leaps and bounds by touring all over the country, most notably New Orleans' Voodoo Music Festival in both 2003 and 2004. Their goal is to succeed, writing music that offers edgy, aggressive electronic sounds with lyrics that make a statement.