MNEMIC, M.A.N To Team Up For Nordic Dates

Danish/French modern metallers MNEMIC and Swedish metal act M.A.N (featuring former MNEMIC/TRANSPORT LEAGUE frontman Tony Jelencovich) will team up for the following Nordic dates in September:

Sep. 08 - Belsepub - Gothenburg, SWE
Sep. 09 - TBA - SWE
Sep. 10 - Club Metal House - Stockholm, SWE
Sep. 19 - Rock Bar - Talinn, EST
Sep. 20 - Tavastia - Helsinki, FIN
Sep. 21 - TBA - FIN
Sep. 22 - Rytmikorjaamo - Seinäjoki, FIN
Sep. 23 - TBA – FIN

MNEMIC is currently working on its third album, tentatively due in erly 2007 via Nuclear Blast Records. The current sessions mark the first time that MNEMIC has recorded in America and represent the second production project of FEAR FACTORY guitarist Christian Olde Wolbers for Nuclear Blast (as he recently turned the knobs for THREAT SIGNAL's debut "Under Reprisal"). The new CD will feature guest appearances by Jeff Walker (CARCASS) and Shane Embury (NAPALM DEATH).


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