MNEMIC: European Festival Appearances Announced

Danish "hybrid metal" act MNEMIC, featuring former INVOCATOR session drummer Brian Rasmussen and ex-MERCENARY guitarist Mircea G. Eftemie, have lined up the following festival appearances during the coming months:

Apr. 30 - Aarhus, DEN - Fee Metal Festival
May 01 - Aalborg, DEN - Way Up North Festival
Jun. 04 - Aarhus, DEN - Spot 10
Jun. 05 - Nürburgring, GER - Rock am Ring
Jun. 06 - Nürnberg, GER - Rock Im Park
Jun. 10 - Wiener Neustadt, AUT - Aerodrome Festival
Jul. 03 - Roitzschjora, GER - With Full Force Festival
Aug. 06 - Wacken, GER - Wacken Open Air 2004
Aug. 20 - Abtsgmünd, GER - Summer-Breeze Festival
Aug. 27 - Gmünden, GER - Up From The Ground Festival

MNEMIC, who recently completed a U.K. tour with SOILWORK and THE FORSAKEN (view MNEMIC's tour diary here), are continuing to promote their debut album, "Mechanical Spin Phenomena", released last year through Nuclear Blast Records.


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