MUSTASCH: Entire New Album Available For Streaming

Swedish hard rockers MUSTASCH will release their new, self-titled album on September 30 in Finland and Sweden and October 5 in Denmark and Norway via Regain Records. The CD will be released in other territories in early 2010.

"Mustasch" can now be streamed in its entirety using the player below (courtesy of Mustasch.net). (Note: Click on "Klicka här för att starta..." to launch audio.)

The follow-up to 2007's "Latest Version of the Truth", "Mustasch" was recorded at Bohus Sound Studios in Sweden with producer Tobias Lindell.

Drummer Mats "Dojan" Hansson recently left MUSTASCH "due to his chronic muscle ruptures." He has since been replaced by Danne McKenzie.

MUSTASCH released a "best-of" album, entitled "Lowlife Highlight", in February 2008 through Regain Records. The CD features 18 songs from the band's back catalogue originally issued by EMI.

Click on "Klicka här för att starta..." at the top of the player below to launch audio.

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