MNEMIC To Support MACHINE HEAD In Europe
Danish "hybrid metal" act MNEMIC, featuring former INVOCATOR session drummer Brian Rasmussen and ex-MERCENARY guitarist Mircea G. Eftemie, will support MACHINE HEAD on the rest of their European tour beginning on December 8 (not including Helsinki, Finland).
The dates are as follows:
Dec. 08 – Docks - Hamburg, GER
Dec. 09 – Pumpehuset – Copenhagen, DEN
Dec. 10 – Rockefeller – Oslo, NOR
Dec. 11 - Arenan – Stockholm, SWE
Dec. 15 - Columbiahalle – Berlin, GER
Dec. 16 - Proxima – Warsaw, POL
Dec. 17 - Roxy – Prague, CZR
Dec. 18 - Planet Music – Vienna, AUT
Dec. 19 - Werk 2 – Leipzig, GER
MNEMIC recently finished shooting their second video with director Patric Ullaeus (DIMMU BORGIR, LACUNA COIL, TIAMAT, PASSENGER, WITHIN TEMPTATION) of Revolver Film Company. "Liquid" is the second single off the band's debut album, "Mechanical Spin Phenomena", available through Nuclear Blast Records.
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