P.M.T To Open For MARILYN MANSON In Italy, France

Swiss industrial metallers P.M.T have been selected to open for MARILYN MANSON on the following shows:

May 28 - Palasharp - Milan, ITA
May 29 - Nelson Mandela Forum - Firenze, ITAL
May 31 - Zenith Omega - Toulon, FRA

P.M.T is also scheduled to play the following festivals:

Jun. 07 - Caribana - Nyon (mainstage), SWI
Jun 16 - Greenfield - Interlaken, SWI

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P.M.T's latest album, "Topping from Below", debuted at No. 87 on the Swiss chart and is expected to be released worldwide soon. The CD was produced by Dom Favez and was mixed by Jay Baumgardner (EVANESCENCE, SEETHER, PAPA ROACH) at NRG studios in North Hollywood. Ted Jensen mastered the album at Sterling Sound in New York.

P.M.T's sophomore album, "Acupuncture for the Soul" (2004), was produced by Jason Slater (SNAKE RIVER CONSPIRACY), who worked with QUEENSRĊ¸CHE on their "Operation: Mindcrime II" opus.

For more information, visit www.myspace.com/pmt1.

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