MONSTER MAGNET: ROADBURN FESTIVAL Appearance To Be Broadcast On Dutch Radio
MONSTER MAGNET's upcoming performance at the 9th Roadburn Festival will be broadcast live via VPRO's "3voor12", one of Holland's premier networks. The festival, which takes place on June 17 at Effenaar in Eindhoven, Holland, will include additional appearances by ORANGE GOBLIN, GRAND MAGUS and WITCHCRAFT. For more information on how to listen to the live broadcast, visit www.roadburn.com.
As previously reported, MONSTER MAGNET have set a May 25 American release date through SPV USA for their latest album, "Monolithic Baby!"
The U.S. version of "Monolithic Baby!" will feature two exclusive bonus tracks: "King Of Mars 2004" (an updated version of a MONSTER MAGNET classic found on their 1995 breakthrough album "Dopes To Infinity") and "Venus In Furs" (a cover version of the VELVET UNDERGROUND hit). A special limited edition will feature a bonus DVD containing music videos for "Unbroken (Hotel Baby)" and "The Right Stuff" along with an exclusive band interview and two "bootleg" videos from their sold-out London performance this past December.
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