MONSTER MAGNET Part Ways With Drummer

MONSTER MAGNET have parted ways with drummer Micheal Wildwood (ex-CHROME LOCUST). No reason was given for Wildwood's departure.

The band are currently recording their new album, tentatively entitled "Monolithic Babies", with producer Scott Humphrey (ROB ZOMBIE, SPINESHANK, ANDREW W.K.).

The CD, the group's first with bassist Jim Baglino (LORD STERLING), will feature such cuts as "Master Of Light", "On the Verge", "Slut Machine Mach 2", "Ultimate Everything", "Monolithic Babies" and "Little Bag Of Gloom". An early 2004 release through SPV Records is expected.

Upcoming MONSTER MAGNET shows:

Dec. 07 - Astoria – London, UK
Feb. 21 - Rock City – Nothingham, UK
Feb. 24 - Ambassador Theatre – Dublin, IRE
Feb. 25 - Queen Margaret Union QMU – Glasgow, SCO

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