THE MIGHTY NIMBUS Sign With THREEMAN RECORDINGS
THE MIGHTY NIMBUS, featuring members of SIXTY WATT SHAMAN and ALABAMA THUNDERPUSSY, have inked a deal with Threeman Recordings, the Swedish label owned by Alex Hellid of ENTOMBED. The group's debut album, tentatively a self-titled affair, is due before the end of the year. Among the tracks set to appear on the CD are the following:
01. Everything I See
02. Get Me Low
03. The Mighty
04. Drinking On A Pile Of Skulls
05. Impose My Will
06. Coup De Grace (The Death Blow)
07. Resurrection Machine
08. Cameron The Conqueror (instrumental)
Samples of the band's music can be heard at their MP3.com web site at this location.
THE MIGHTY NIMBUS is:
Andy Campbell (ex-CHAOS WITCH) - Drums
Dinis deCarvalho (ex-ELECTRIC CHAIR HORROR) - Bass
Erik Larson (ALABAMA THUNDERPUSSY, ex-AVAIL) - Guitar
Minnesota Pete Campbell (SIXTY WATT SHAMAN) - Lead Guitar
Dan Soren (SIXTY WATT SHAMAN) - Vocals
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