MNEMIC To Guest On Danish TV Show

MNEMIC vocalist Michael Bøgballe and guitarist Mircea Gabriel Eftemie will be interviewed on June 18 on the Danish national TV program DR2's "Musikprogrammet" regarding the group's appearance at this year's Roskilde Festival. For more information go to the "Musikprogrammet" web site.

In other news, MNEMIC's Brian Rasmussen has "nailed the drums for 10 ass-kicking tracks" during the first week of the recording sessions for the band's sophomore album, tentatively due in September through Nuclear Blast Records. Working songtitles set to appear on the CD — which will reportedly be "much faster and more dynamic" than 2003's "Mechanical Spin Phenomena" — include "Deathbox", "The Silver Drop", "Overdose In The Hall Of Fame" and "Detonator". Producing the effort is Tue Madsen at his AntFarm Studios in Aarhus, Denmark.

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