MNEMIC: New Audio Samples Posted Online
Two audio samples from the sophomore MNEMIC album, "The Audio Injected Soul", have been posted online at the Nuclear Blast Records web site.
"The Audio Injected Soul", due on September 27 through Nuclear Blast, was recorded at AntFarm Studios in Aarhus, Denmark with producer Tue Madsen and is said to be "much faster and more dynamic" than last year's "Mechanical Spin Phenomena".
MNEMIC recently filmed a video for their new single, "Deathbox", with director Patric Ulleaus (DIMMU BORGIR, IN FLAMES, LACUNA COIL) of Revolver Films. The video was shot in Gothenburg, Sweden at the Revolver Studios. Check out pictures from the video shoot at this location.
"The Audio Injected Soul" track listing:
01. Dreamstate Emergency
02. Door 2.12 (Real Audio)
04. Deathbox (Real Audio)
05. Sane Vs. Normal
06. Jack Vegas
08. Overdose In The Hall Of
10. The Silver Drop
11. Wild Boys (DURAN DURAN cover)
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