MAN MUST DIE: Another Preview Track Posted Online; Second Guitarist Added
Scotland's MAN MUST DIE has posted the second preview track, "This Day Is Black", from their brand new album, "No Tolerance For Imperfection", online now via the band's MySpace page. The follow-up to "The Human Condition" is scheduled for an August 4 North American release date (August 10 internationally) via Relapse Records.
In other news, MAN MUST DIE has added a second guitar player to its ranks — Renne Hauffe from German grinders JAPANISCHE KAMPFHÖRSPIELE. The two bands have recently completed a European tour together, along with MACABRE, where Hauffe began learning the new material.
MAN MUST DIE's Danny McNab commented on the new addition: "Renne brings a wealth of experience to MMD along with a ferocious playing style and live performance. He just slotted right in, he's a fast learner and a super cool guy. He was able to play with us during some of the recent dates in Europe, learning the tunes in the back of the tour bus! We are all really excited about our new future, it will make a huge difference to MMD's live performance and we can't wait to get out with our new lineup and play the new songs!"
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