MONSTER MAGNET Enter German Chart At No. 13!

MONSTER MAGNET's latest CD, "Monolithic Baby!", has entered the German Media Control chart at position No. 13. View the whole chart here.

As previously reported, MONSTER MAGNET are on the verge of inking a deal with Sanctuary Records for all territories outside Europe (where the band are signed to SPV Records).

The follow-up to 2001's "God Says No", "Monolithic Baby!" was produced by Scott Humphrey (ROB ZOMBIE, SPINESHANK, ANDREW W.K.) and marks the group's first release with bassist Jim Baglino (LORD STERLING).

The band, who recently replaced drummer Micheal Wildwood (ex-CHROME LOCUST) with Bob Pantella (ex-RAGING SLAB), have just kicked off an extensive tour of Europe with Sweden's THE QUILL and Norwegian rock 'n' rollers GLUECIFER. A U.S. trek is expected to take place in the spring.


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