MANIFEST: New Live Dates Announced
Norwegian noise-thrashers MANIFEST have lined up the following dates during May:
May 13 - Grotta - Hamar, NOR (w/ MALOSSI)
May 14 - Kulturlaaven - Asker, NOR (w/ SUSPERIA)
May 15 - Hawk – Fredrikstad, NOR (w/ MALOSSI)
MANIFEST recently entered Godt Selskap Studio (NECROPHAGIA, THE APPARATUS) to record their first CD, tentatively titled "Half Past Violence". Eight tracks are being recorded, which — in addition to the five tracks the group recorded in May 2003 — will complete their debut album. "Due to all the other recordings being done in the studio these days (or should I say months...?) there is not much spare time for us to record...," the band write. "What's left of the recording process are mostly vocals, but also some guitar leads and a couple of bass tracks. Alessandro recorded percussion a couple of weeks ago, and things really start to sound killer!!"
MANIFEST, who are currently unsigned, are looking for a suitable label to release their "crushing" debut album. Write to [email protected] or visit www.manifest-rock.com.
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