M.A.N: New Live Footage Posted Online
Video footage of M.A.N performing at the Linköping Metal Massacre on October 28, 2006 has been posted online at YouTube.com. Check it out:
"Roots Bloody Roots" (SEPULTURA cover): Video
"Last Injection": Video
Both clips were filmed by Rossi at Agony Zone magazine.
M.A.N is the new band formed out of the ashes of Sweden's TRANSPORT LEAGUE (featuring former MNEMIC frontman Tony Jelencovich). The group is currently writing material for a new album. Working songtitles include "My Own Sickness", "Body Sewer" and "Unjustified".
M.A.N's debut CD, "Obey, Consume, Reject", was released in March. The band is still searching for a label to issue the album in North America.
"Obey, Consume, Reject" was recorded and mixed at Grand Recordings in Gothenburg, Sweden by Svein Jensen. The production duties were handled by M.A.N and Svein Jensen. The mastering took place at the Mastering Room by Göran Finnberg.
M.A.N's next live appearance is scheduled for November 22 at Sticky Fingers in Gothenburg, Sweden.
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