Burton C. Bell from FEAR FACTORY/ASCENSION OF THE WATCHERS will do some guest vocals on the track "My Own Sickness" which will be featured on the upcoming M.A.N album, titled "Peacenemy". M.A.N members comment in a statement, "We are really excited to have Burton's vocals on our album. FEAR FACTORY has always been a great band and also an influence for us in the band, so this is awesome!"M.A.N is the group formed out of the ashes of Sweden's TRANSPORT LEAGUE (featuring former MNEMIC frontman Tony Jelencovich). The band entered Grand Recordings in Gothenburg, Sweden with producer/engineer Svein Jensen on October 19 to begin recording "Peacenemy" for a tentative early 2008 release. Other songtitles set to appear on the CD include "Outnumbered", "Dead Universe", "Hacker Sapiens", "Kill It", "Hypokrite", "Apocalypse", "Harness The Mind", "Worn Wigs", "Body Sewer" and "Blood Vanish". M.A.N recently uploaded several video clips taken at the group's June 30, 2007 concert at Virgin Oil Co in Helsinki, Finland. Watch them at YouTube.
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