MANMADEGOD Line Up West Coast Dates

San Francisco Bay Area's MANMADEGOD, featuring former FORBIDDEN guitarist Craig Locicero and drummer Steve Jacobs, have lined up the following dates during October/November:

Oct. 19 - Mt. View CA @ Shoreline Amp. (2nd Annual Silicon Valley Beer Fest)
Nov. 07 - Hollywood, CA @ The Whisky A Go Go
Nov. 10 – Sacramento, CA @ The Boardwalk

As previously reported, MANMADEGOD are tentatively set to release their full-length debut, provisionally titled Million Dollar Gun, in January 2003 through American Recordings. The album, which was produced by Brian Dobbs (ECHOBRAIN) and executive-produced by Rick Rubin (RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS, SYSTEM OF A DOWN, SLAYER), was mixed by Sean Beavan (SLAYER, MARILYN MANSON) at Hollywood Sound studios and is tentatively scheduled to include around 14 of the 20 songs tracked for the effort.


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