MNEMIC: New Album To Receive Japanese Release

Danish modern thrash metallers MNEMIC will have their latest album, "The Audio Injected Soul", released in Japan on February 2, 2005 via Soundholic Records. The follow-up to last year's "Mechanical Spin Phenomena" was recorded at AntFarm Studios in Aarhus, Denmark with producer Tue Madsen.

In other news, MNEMIC guitarists Micea Gabriel Eftemie and Rune Stigart have extended their artist endorsment with the U.K.'s Line 6 in order to utilize the Line HD147 head. They will blast a high-gain overload of MNEMIC tunes on their upcoming tour with FEAR FACTORY and SHADOWS FALL.

MNEMIC recently shot a video for their track "Door 2.12" in East Berlin, Germany. The video was directed by the Berlin-based Blow Film, who have previously worked with WITHIN TEMPTATION and CALIBAN, among others.


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