The Romance of Helen Trent (album)

The Romance Of Helen Trent (Album)

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The Romance of Helen Trent (album)

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The Romance Of Helen Trent is the only studio album from the post-hardcore band The Killing Tree. It was first released on One Day Savior records on June 22, 2002. Recorded by Matt Allison at Atlas Studios, Chicago, IL. Since a contract was not signed between the record company and the band, it is unknown who legally possesses the copyrights of The Romance Of Helen Trent; which is the main reason behind the album's lack of a reissue.

Helena Marie

Multiple songs on the album feature intros consisting of a woman speaking about recent things she has been through. The samples are from an audio diary found in a garbage bag of a girl known only as "Helena Marie". McIlrath has said of the tapes "None of us expected the messages in Helena Marie's audio diary to parallel the The Killing Tree message so closely. And when it did, we knew it was just meant to be. It still gives me chills sometimes."

Limited Edition

A limited edition version of the album was planned to be sold at the Fireside Bowl, Chicago, at the album release show on June 22, 2002. But due to problems during the pressing of the album, The Killing Tree had to 'pool there resources' in order to make 100 copies available at the show. These 100 limited copies were sold...
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