M.O.D. Complete Basic Tracks For 'The Rebel You Love To Hate'

January 7, 2003

M.O.D., the band led by former S.O.D. frontman Billy Milano, have competed the basic tracks for their new album, titled "The Rebel You Love To Hate", due in April through Nuclear Blast Records.

The CD, which was recorded at Wayne Manor studio with producers Paul Crook (ex-ANTHRAX guitarist) and Scott Metaxas (ex-NUCLEAR ASSAULT bassist),will be mixed at Water Music in Hoboken, New Jersey.

"Billy and I are very pleased with the recording," Crook said. "Everything sounds huge. The songs are great. Billy decided to move the mix to Hoboken (15 minutes from the rehearsal studios in NYC) to ease up on my schedule. I'll be spending a lot of time in Manhattan this month rehearsing with MEAT LOAF [as the group's touring guitarist]. The record should be completed by January 20th. We're looking at an early April release."

The tentative track listing for "The Rebel You Love To Hate" is as follows:

01. The Rebel You Love To Hate
02. Wigga
03. De Men Of Stein
04. Making Friends Is Fun
05. We Salute You
06. Get Ready
07. Rage Against The Mac Machine
09. He's Dead Jim
10. Assganistan

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