M.O.D. Finalize Track Listing For 'Rebel You Love to Hate'

M.O.D., the band led by former S.O.D. frontman Billy Milano, have finalized the track listing for their new album, "Rebel You Love to Hate", for a June release through Nuclear Blast Records. The CD was mixed by Milano and Dan Korneff at Watermusic in Hoboken, New Jersey and mastered on Feb. 5 at Masterdisk in New York with Roger Lian (SLAYER, POWERMAN 5000).

The track listing is as follows:

01. Wigga
02. Rebel You Love to Hate
03. Making Friends is Fun
04. De men of Stein
05. Rage Against the Mac Machine
06. Get Ready
07. Ass-Ghanistan
08. He's Dead Jim
09. Get Ready

Alternative mixes, including radio edit mixes:

10. Rebel 808 (edit)
11. Rage Radio (edit)
12. Making Friends (edit)

Following the release of "Rebel You Love to Hate", M.O.D. will tour as part of the "Killith-Fair" both in America and Europe. Details coming.

Also, www.BillyMilano.com will be up and running in time for the release. Can't ya already feel the love?


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