MANMADEGOD Enter Mixing Phase On Debut CD

February 6, 2002

San Francisco Bay Area's MANMADEGOD, featuring former FORBIDDEN guitarist Craig Locicero and drummer Steve Jacobs, have completed the recording process for their debut CD for American Recordings at Los Angeles' Ocean Studios and are currently mixing the effort at West Hollywood's Larrabee Studio East facility with Sean Beavan (i.e. SLAYER, MARILYN MANSON) and Rick Rubin (i.e. RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS, SYSTEM OF A DOWN, SLAYER) at the helm. Produced by Brian Dobbs (i.e. ECHOBRAIN) and executive-produced by Rubin, the tentatively self-titled album will feature approximately 12 tracks out of the 20 that were tracked during the sessions. Among the titles that are set to appear on the album are the following:

01. Bottom Feeder
02. Pulp
03. Search For Greater Things
04. Safe Passage
05. Swallow The Sun
06. Vital
07. Swamp Water
08. Bad Creation
09. Meet My Maker
10. Million Dollar Gun
11. Lizard Bones
12. Poison Eye
13. The Ladder
14. Precious
15. The Path
16. Winter

MANMADEGOD recently signed a management deal with Sanctuary Management's Doug Goldstein (i.e. GUNS N' ROSES) and are expecting their debut album to surface in late June. Incidentally, MANMADEGOD had previously featured in its ranks current MACHINE HEAD axeman Ahrue Luster, who left the group in early 1998 to hook up with the latter band as a replacement for Logan Mader (now in MEDICATION). [Trivia fans may also want to note that the song “Nausea” on the current MACHINE HEAD CD Supercharger features the main riff from MANMADEGOD's “Crazy People”, which was originally recorded for the latter group's self-titled five-song demo/CD back in December 1997 while Luster was still a member of MANMADEGOD]

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