M.A.N Sign Distribution Deals for Debut Album
M.A.N, the new band formed out of the ashes of Sweden's TRANSPORT LEAGUE (featuring current MNEMIC frontman Tony Jelencovich), have signed a distribution deal through Black Path with Sound Pollution for Sweden, Denmark and Norway and with Dies Irae/Supersounds in Finland.
M.A.N's debut CD, "Obey, Consume, Reject", was released on March 24 in Sweden, Norway and Denmark, and the Finnish release will take place in the beginning of April. Other territories will follow shortly.
"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 have been confirmed as the support act for FEAR FACTORY on the Scandinavian leg of their upcoming European tour. The dates are as follows:
Mar. 28 - Aarhus, DEN @ Train
Mar. 29 - Copenhagen, DEN @ Pumphuset
Mar. 31 - Tampere, FIN @ Pakkahoune
Apr. 01 - Helsinki, FIN @ Nosturi
Apr. 03 - Stockholm, SWE @ Klubben
Apr. 04 - Oslo, NOR @ Rockefeller
Apr. 05 - Gothenburg, SWE @ Karen
Apr. 06 - Malmo, SWE @ Kulturbolaget
Tony Jelencovich - Vocals
Martin Meyerman - Lead Guitar
Stitch - Bass
Magnus 155 - Drums
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