M.A.N Taps ULRICH WILD For New Album Mix

M.A.N — the group formed out of the ashes of Sweden's TRANSPORT LEAGUE (featuring former MNEMIC frontman Tony Jelencovich) — has tapped Ulrich Wild (WHITE ZOMBIE, STAIND, STATIC-X, DEFTONES, PANTERA, LIMP BIZKIT) to mix the band's third album, "Massive, Audio, Nerve". The band will enter Grand Recordings in Gothenburg, Sweden on September 18 with producer Carlos Sepulveda and engineer Svein Jensen to begin laying down the drum and bass tracks. The guitars will be recorded at Belly of the Whale studio and vocals at Grand Recordings once again.

Tentative songtitles set to appear on the CD are as follows:

* Dead Set
* Don't Wake Up
* Logocide
* Last Light Drains
* Vivid Heart
* Identical Abuse
* False Memory Syndrome Pt. 1 & 2
* Slave Program
* Mock at my Motion
* Falling
* Zero Status Zero

According to the band, this recording will also be the premiere of the "Full-Scale-Quarter Tone System" featured in the string instrument section.

M.A.N's video for its cover version of BOB MARLEY's "Get Up, Stand Up" can be viewed below. The clip was shot on June 14 in Gothenburg, Sweden at Redbergsteatern.

M.A.N's sophomore album, "Peacenemy", was released in Europe in March 2008 (April in North America) via Tief Druck Musik. The CD was recorded at Grand Recordings in Gothenburg, Sweden with producer/engineer Svein Jensen and was mastered by Göran Finnberg at Mastering Room. It features a guest appearance by Burton C. Bell of FEAR FACTORY and ACENSION OF THE WATCHERS on the track "My Own Sickness".

For audio samples, visit www.myspace.com/manmusic.


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