FU MANCHU Premieres New Track, Announces Guitar Contest

Southern California fuzz-rock quartet FU MANCHU have posted a second song from their new album "We Must Obey", entited "Knew It All Along", on their official MySpace page. On Tuesday (Feb. 13), the complete "We Must Obey" album will be posted at the same location, where it will be available for streaming until the album's Feb. 20 release date.

In other news, Century Media Records will issue a limited-edition clear vinyl version of "We Must Obey" on May 8. In conjunction with its release, Ampeg will give away a clear guitar — the Dan Armstrong Plexi model played by FU frontman Scott Hill. One of the 2,000 copies of the "We Must Obey" clear vinyl will include a "golden ticket" with instructions on how to redeem the grand prize. More details on the clear vinyl (which can currently be preordered at CMDistro.com) / clear guitar contest are included in the new "We Must Obey" e-card now posted at this location.

FU MANCHU kicks off a six-week nationwide tour in San Francisco on Feb. 28.

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