MNEMIC To Guest On Danish National Radio

Danish futurist metallers MNEMIC will be the featured guests on Denmark's national radio show "P3's Public Service" airing Monday, February 5. The show begins at 22.00 / 10:00 p.m. and runs to midnight.

An e-card for MNEMIC's upcoming album, "Passenger", is now available at www.mnemic.com. You can check out a couple of songs from the new CD, and view the new MNEMIC video for the song "Meaningless", directed by Revolver Film director Patric Ullaeus (DIMMU BORGIR, IN FLAMES, LACUNA COIL).

Produced by FEAR FACTORY's Christian Olde Wolbers at Track Record Studios (KISS, MEGADETH, AEROSMITH) in Los Angeles, engineered by Warren Riker (DOWN, THE FUGEES), and mixed by fellow countryman Tue Madsen (HALFORD, THE HAUNTED) at Antfarm Studios in Denmark, "Passenger" features artwork by Asterik Studios (ANTHRAX, UNEARTH) plus guest vocal appearances by Jeff Walker (CARCASS, BRUJERIA) and Shane Embury (NAPALM DEATH, BRUJERIA).

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