MILKING THE GOATMACHINE: 'Like A Goatmachine' Video Released
"Like A Goatmachine", the new video from the German grindcore/death metal act MILKING THE GOATMACHINE, can be viewed below. The song, which is apparently a remake of the JAMES BROWN classic "Like A Sex Machine", comes off the band's sophomore studio album, "Seven… A Dinner for One", which will be released on November 26 via the band's new label home, NoiseArt Records. The follow-up to 2009's "Back From The Goats…" is said to be a concept effort about "the wolf and the seven kids."
"Seven… A Dinner for One" track listing:
02. Beware Of The Wolf
03. Crunchy & Tasty
04. In Woods Of Unsuspected
05. Here Comes Uncle Wolf
06. The Black Paw
07. Ding Dong
09. The Wolf Is Dead
10. Down The Brook
11. Like A Goatmachine
12. Milk Me Up Before I Go Go
13. Cemetary Goats
14. Last Caress
15. Black Horn Sun
16. Goat On The Water
MILKING THE GOATMACHINE will take part in the Neckbreakers Ball 2011 tour alongside KATAKLYSM, LEGION OF THE DAMNED, EQUILIBRIUM and MÅNEGARM.
For more information, visit lwww.myspace.com/milkingthegoatmachine.
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