MIRACLE MASTER: Video Teaser For 'Tattooed Woman' Debut Album

December 27, 2013

A video teaser for the forthcoming debut album, "Tattooed Woman", from MIRACLE MASTER, the German/Danish hard rock band formed out of the ashes of PUMP, can be seen below. The clip was created by Dominic Pencz of Pencz Art and Krone Camera Edit.

"Tattooed Woman" will be released in the spring via Golden Core Records/ZYX Music. The CD was recorded at Studio 22 in Germany and was produced, mixed and mastered by MIRACLE MASTER and Axel Heckert (BRAINSTORM, SYMPHORCE).

MIRACLE MASTER recently signed a worldwide management contract with Germany’s RockNGrowl Management.


* Oliver Weers (OLIVER WEERS BAND) - Vocals
* Aki Reissmann (ex-PUMP, DOWNSPIRIT) - Guitar
* Selly Bernhardt (ex-PUMP, TALES OF SORROW) - Guitar
* Andy Minich (ex-PUMP, UNFROYND) - Drums
* Michael Vetter (ex-PUMP, CHINCHILLA) - Bass

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