MONSTER MAGNET's 'Unbroken' No. 1 Most Added At Commercial Radio
MONSTER MAGNET have earned the #1 most-added spot at commercial radio this week for their single, "Unbroken (Hotel Baby)", according to a SPV Records press release. The band has also come in at #2 most added at the Active Rock format.
MONSTER MAGNET will be shooting a video for the song "Monolithic" this Saturday in New York City before heading to Europe for the summer festival season. Bandleader Dave Wyndorf will be on the air live this Friday night on Eddie Trunk's nationally-syndicated "Friday Night Rocks" radio program.
MONSTER MAGNET's latest CD, "Monolithic Baby!", came out Tuesday through SPV USA. The U.S. version of "Monolithic Baby!" features 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 features 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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