MANNHAI To Release Third Album In March

February 11, 2004

Finnish "stoner rockers" MANNHAI, who feature in their ranks former AMORPHIS bassist Oppu Laine and ex-XYSMA frontman Joanitor Muurinen, have set "The Exploder" as the title for their third album, due in Finland on March 22 through Ranch Records.

The follow-up to 2002's "Evil Under the Sun" was mixed at Soundtracks studio in Helsinki with producer Jürgen Hendlmeier (FLAMING SIDEBURNS, MUTANTS) and mastered by Björn Engelmann at Cutting Room, Stockholm.

"The Exploder" track listing:

01. Mr. Out of Sight
02. Lonesome
03. Broken Chains
04. Rock To The Top
05. TNT Mountain
06. Two Roads
07. Behind The Trees
08. Error 67
09. Heads Against the Stones
10. Black Water Swan

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