August 18, 2006

Danish modern metallers MNEMIC are preparing to enter Antfarm Studios in Aarhus, Denmark with producer Tue Madsen (HALFORD, THE HAUNTED) to begin mixing their as-yet-untitled third album. So far, out of the 13 tracks recorded, the following songtitles are confirmed to appear on the album: "Psyko Orgasm", "Shape of the Formless" and "Into The Nothingness Black".

Commented the band: "At this point we are still editing vocals and shortly we'll start with keys and samples. As soon as we are done with those, we will be back in Denmark at Tue's studio to begin the mix.

"The plan was to mix with Andy Sneap, but we ran into some 'technical differences'... TRIGGERS! We do not utilize triggers, and have not been utilizing triggers on the last two albums, therefore it did not make any sense to have Sneap mix the album, so we decided to go for an old friend of ours, who understands the band, and has been there with us from DAY 1."

MNEMIC's current sessions mark the first time that the band has recorded in America and represent the second production project of FEAR FACTORY guitarist Christian Olde Wolbers for Nuclear Blast (as he recently turned the knobs for THREAT SIGNAL's debut, "Under Reprisal"). The new CD will feature guest appearances by Jeff Walker (CARCASS) and Shane Embury (NAPALM DEATH). An early 2007 release via Nuclear Blast Records is expected.

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