FU MANCHU Contribute Music To 'Motorcycle Mania 3' TV Movie

FU MANCHU have contributed much of the music featured in the upcoming TV movie "Motorcycle Mania 3", starring Kid Rock and Jesse James of "West Coast Choppers". Several FU MANCHU songs will appear in the movie, including special "FU riffs" in between the scenes, according to a posting on the band's web site. "Motorcycle Mania 3" premieres on Sunday, June 20 at 9:00 p.m. PST on the Discovery Channel.

As previously reported, FU MANCHU recently inked a deal with DRT Entertainment, the new independent label founded by senior music industry executives Derek Shulman, Ron Urban and Ted Green. The group are currently in the studio with producer Brian Joseph Dobbs (VOIVOD, DEATH ANGEL, MANMADEGOD) recording a new album for a tentative September/October release.

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