MANIFEST Negotiating With Record Labels

Norwegian noise-thrashers MANIFEST have posted the following message on their official web site:

"We are currently negotiating with a couple of record labels about the release of [the debut album] 'Half Past Violence'. Hopefully we can have something worked out in the near future. Not knowing how long things will drag out is kind of a frustrating situation, but we do not want to rush things at the moment. When we have something worked out, we will present it here. Also, we will not play any shows until the release party, unless someone offers us a lot of money of course...

"The video for 'Dead End Spiral', which was shot in Trondheim earlier this year, have already premiered on norwegian national TV on the program 'Metal Blender'. It will most likely be on 'Metal Svisj' (also on NRK2) early next year."

"Half Past Violence" was recorded at Godt Selskap Studio (NECROPHAGIA, THE APPARATUS) in Trondheim, Norway.


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