MNEMIC: New MP3 Samples Posted Online

Two MP3 samples from the sophomore MNEMIC album, "The Audio Injected Soul", have been posted online at the the group's official web site. Check out the songs "Deathbox" and "Door 2.12" at this location.

"The Audio Injected Soul", due on September 27 through Nuclear Blast Records, was recorded at AntFarm Studios in Aarhus, Denmark with producer Tue Madsen and is said to be "much faster and more dynamic" than last year's "Mechanical Spin Phenomena".

Commented the band in a posting on their web site: We are at the moment extremely busy doing press for the new album, and also preparing our new live set for the forthcoming tours. At the moment we are actually looking at different touring possibilities. This time around its going to be much more intense than it has ever been in our entire carriers. As soon as everything is in place, we will let you all know about it.

"Regarding all of you, who have leaked the album out on the Internet — cool, we don't mind, as long as you buy the album. The reason for me bringing this up, is because the 3D Dimensional sound was not included into the promo versions of the album. The final master was sent a couple of days later to the label, and this means that the 3D Sound is included on the final product, hence the tracklist is also different. All of this means again that you have to buy the album to have the full effect of the 'Audio Injected Soul'.

"We all know what day it is today -— the 11th September...i am not going to say anything else than this; These are very dark times we live in, we are all worms and we all feed on each other, please make it a better place for everyone."

MNEMIC recently filmed a video for their new single, "Deathbox", with director Patric Ulleaus (DIMMU BORGIR, IN FLAMES, LACUNA COIL) of Revolver Films. The video was shot in Gothenburg, Sweden at the Revolver Studios. Check out pictures from the video shoot at this location.

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