MNEMIC To Film New Video

Danish "hybrid metal" act MNEMIC, featuring former INVOCATOR session drummer Brian Rasmussen and ex-MERCENARY guitarist Mircea G. Eftemie, are preparing to shoot a video for the track "Liquid" with director Patric Ulleaus (ACE OF BASE, SCOOTER, FREAK KITCHEN, TRANSPORT LEAGUE) of Revolver Film. "Liquid" is the second video off the band's debut album, "Mechanical Spin Phenomena", which was released in late July through Nuclear Blast Records.

"Mechanical Spin Phenomena" was recorded at AntFarm studio with producer Tue Madsen. A special edition of the album features a remix of the track "BloodStained" by legendary FRONT LINE ASSEMBLY man Rhys Fulber (FEAR FACTORY, PARADISE LOST).

MNEMIC will be teaming up with DEATH ANGEL, DISBELIEF and MYSTIC PROPHECY for a European tour beginning on November 3 in Paris, France.


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