MANIFEST To Take Part In MOTÖRHEAD Tribute Concert

April 20, 2006

Norwegian noise-thrashers MANIFEST will take part in the Motörhead Tribute Night, which is set to be held at Blæst in Trondheim, Norway on April 30. "We will perform three kick-ass MOTÖRHEAD tracks, and since we also are doing Nattrock with GRIFFIN earlier the same evening, this will be one hectic day, and we'll propably be on stage late at the MOTÖRHEAD tribute!" the band write on their web site.

As previously reported, MANIFEST drummer Alessandro Elide has joined fellow Norwegian metallers GRIFFIN for their upcoming European tour as support for KING DIAMOND (which kicks off on May 9 and runs through June 7).

MANIFEST's debut album, "Half Past Violence", was released last June via Edgerunner Music. The CD was produced by Rune Stavnesli at the Godt Selskap Studio (NECROPHAGIA, THE APPARATUS) in Trondheim, Norway.

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