M.A.N: 'Don't Wake Up' Video Released
"Don't Wake Up", the new video from M.A.N — the group formed out of the ashes of Sweden's TRANSPORT LEAGUE (featuring former MNEMIC frontman Tony Jelencovich) — can be viewed below. The clip was filmed in early August with director Gabriel Engberg, who previously worked with the band on the videos for "Logocide", "Blood Vanish" and the BOB MARLEY cover "Get Up, Stand Up".
"Don't Wake Up" comes off M.A.N's third album, "Massive Audio Nerve", which was released on March 26 via the German label Tiefdruck Musik. The CD was recorded at Grand Recordings in Gothenburg, Sweden with engineer Svein Jensen and was mixed by Ulrich Wild, who has previously worked with WHITE ZOMBIE, STAIND, STATIC-X, DEFTONES, PANTERA and LIMP BIZKIT, among others. The mastering was handled by Maor Appelbaum at Maor Appelbaum Mastering in Encino, California.
M.A.N recently parted ways with Rob Guz and replaced him with Marcus 'Skägget' Bertilsson (INEVITABLE END, THE WEAKENING).
A photo of the new M.A.N lineup can be viewed below.
Photo credit: Daniel Falk
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