MONSTER MAGNET To Enter Studio In November

MONSTER MAGNET To Enter Studio In November

MONSTER MAGNET will enter the studio in November to begin recording its new album for a tentative summer 2017 release. Frontman Dave Wyndorf told Ivaylo Alexandrov from the Bulgarian cultural/lifestyle portal Sofia Live about MONSTER MAGNET's planned follow-up to 2013's "Last Patrol": "This is full-ahead rock. This one is a little bit shorter album — like ten songs — full-ahead Detroit-style-, early '70s-, MC5-, STOOGES-type rock. And I'm gonna see if that makes any difference to the fans at all. I mean, it still sounds like MONSTER MAGNET, of course, but it's a little less on the psychedelic side and more on the power-rock side."

MONSTER MAGNET's next disc will be the final release under the band's current contract with Napalm Records. "And then I'll see if they wanna continue or somebody else will wanna continue," Wyndorf told Sofia Live.

MONSTER MAGNET's last release was "Cobras And Fire (The Mastermind Redux)", which came out in October 2015. The album was dubbed an "alternative listening experience" to the band's 2010 effort "Mastermind". The approach was similar to what MONSTER MAGNET did in 2014 when they took "Last Patrol", pulled the songs apart and rebuilt them as "Milking The Stars: A Re-Imagining Of Last Patrol".


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