MUSHROOMHEAD's 'Come On' Single To Go For Radio Adds Next Month

Ohio's MUSHROOMHEAD wil release its new album, "Beautiful Stories For Ugly Children", on September 28 via Filthy Hands/Megaforce Records.

The band recently debuted new songs at the 2010 edition of the Rock On The Range in Columbus, Ohio (see video below), where SPIN magazine declared MUSHROOMHEAD as "one of the 10 best moments" of the festival, saying "MUSHROOMHEAD's industrial-tinted metal prowled and roared, degenerating from slow-burn angst into full-on spazz-outs."

MUSHROOMHEAD will debut its first single, "Come On", at radio in August. "This first single is going to surprise people by being very melodic, yet with a crushing undertone," says ring-leader and drummer Steve "Skinny" Felton. "It feels really good this time around. The album is less ambient and heavier, yet retains that creepy MUSHROOMHEAD dynamic."

"Beautiful Stories For Ugly Children" is a diverse effort. As keyboardist and band comedian Shmotz says, "MUSHROOMHEAD never draws a line without blurring it first."

Known for its stunning visuals, MUSHROOMHEAD will debut new masks and a stage set-up that has been building up over the last few years of touring.

MUSHROOMHEAD's ground-breaking video for the song "1200" was voted MTV2's "Headbangers Ball" "Video Of The Year."


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